The Dickson Baseball Dictionary
The Dickson Baseball Dictionary has become an invaluable resource for those who love the game. Drawing on dozens of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century periodicals, as well as contemporary sources, Dickson’s brilliant, illuminating definitions trace the earliest appearances of terms both well-known and obscure. This edition includes more than 10,000 terms with 18,000 individual entries, and more than 250 photos. 263 black-and-white illustrations. Author: Paul Dickson. Editor: Skip McAfee. Paperback, 1008 pages.