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  Volume 14, Number 2, Spring 2006

Table of Contents

From: NINE: A Journal of Baseball History and Culture

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Diamond Quotes

pp. ix-x


"Let's Just Say It Works for Me": Rafael Palmeiro, Major League Baseball, and the Marketing of Viagra

pp. 1-14

If You Build It, They Will Speak: Public Stadiums, Public Forums, and Free Speech

pp. 15-26

Nationalism and National Identity in Taiwanese Baseball

pp. 27-39

"Bringing Fame to Zion": Tony Lazzeri, the Salt Lake Bees, and Life in the Pacific Coast League

pp. 40-58

On the Initial Sack: Goose Tatum -- Two-sport Star

pp. 59-67

The Lost Years of Home Run King Joe Bauman

pp. 68-79

Career, Family, or Both? A Case Study of Young Professional Baseball Players

pp. 80-101

Matty and the Browns: A Window onto the AL-NL War

pp. 102-117

A Very Peculiar Practice: The London Baseball League, 1906-1911

pp. 118-128

Triple Play

What's in a Baseball Nickname

pp. 129-132

One Curse Down

pp. 133-135

I Don't Care If I Never Get Back...: A Baseball History Tour

pp. 136-142


Billy at the Bat

pp. 143-145

Country Slaughter's Mad Dash Home

p. 146

Book Reviews

The Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1940s: How Robinson, MacPhail, Reiser and Rickey Changed Baseball, and: A Brooklyn Dodgers Reader, and: The Brooklyn Cyclones: Hardball Dreams and the New Coney Island, and: When Baseball Returned to Brooklyn: The Inaugural Season of the New York-Penn League Cyclones (review)

pp. 147-151

Ebbets to Veeck to Busch: Eight Owners Who Shaped Baseball (review)

pp. 151-153

The End of Baseball as We Knew It: The Players Union, 1960-81 (review)

pp. 153-154

The 1917 White Sox: Their World Championship Season (review)

pp. 154-155

The 1903 World Series: The Boston Americans, the Pittsburg Pirates, and the "First Championship of the United States" (review)

pp. 155-157

Minor Leagues, Major Boom: Local Professional Baseball Revitalized (review)

pp. 157-159

Wrong Side of the Wall: The Life of Blackie Schwamb, the Greatest Prison Pitcher of All Time (review)

pp. 159-162

Pete Reiser: The Rough-and-tumble Career of the Perfect Ballplayer (review)

pp. 162-163

The American Indian Integration of Baseball (review)

pp. 163-165

This Ain't Brain Surgery: How to Win the Pennant without Losing Your Mind (review)

pp. 165-166

Photo Essay

Everything but the Game: A Photographic Essay

pp. 167-176



pp. 177-187



pp. 188-191

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