Jim Collins, a native New Englander, played college baseball at Dartmouth and is a former editor of Yankee magazine. His work has twice been noted in the annual Best American Sportswriting anthology. He lives in Seattle, Washington, and Orange, New Hampshire.
"Jim Collins chronicled, with a careful eye and lyrical prose, the 2002 season of the Chatham A's...juxtaposing the joys of the game with the heartbreak that accompanies a player when he finds out that he is not good enough for the majors."
--Curled Up with a Good Book