Harvey Frommer is the celebrated author of more than forty-two sports books including the classics Shoeless Joe Jackson and Ragtime Baseball and New York City Baseball. Honored by the New York State legislature, cited in the Congressional Record as a sports historian and journalist, the prolific Frommer is also the author of The New York Yankee Encyclopedia and A Yankee Century. Together with his wife, Myrna Katz Frommer, he authored the critically acclaimed oral histories It Happened in the Catskills, It Happened in Brooklyn, It Happened on Broadway, Growing Up Jewish in America, and It Happened in Manhattan. Frommer is a professor in the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program at Dartmouth College and a longtime follower of the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry. Frederic J. Frommer is the author of You Gotta Have Heart: A History of Washington Baseball from 1859 to the 2012 National League East Champions and The Washington Baseball Fan's Little Book of Wisdom and coauthor of Growing Up Baseball. He covers the federal courthouse in Washington, D.C., for The Associated Press, and his work has appeared in The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, and USA Today, among others.
PRAISE FOR A PREVIOUS EDITION The best book ever on the subject of the Rivalry. -- William C. Rhoden The New York Times PRAISE FOR A PREVIOUS EDITION A wonderful walk through one hundred years of history between baseball's best rivals. -- Dan Shaughnessy, author of The Curse of the Bambino PRAISE FOR A PREVIOUS EDITION Attention to detail results in an entertaining compendium of anecdotes that provide textured historical perspective for this flourishing rivalry. InsideBaseball.com