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Big-screen Blitz: 6 Sports Memoirs on Deck for Adaptation

Football and fall - it's all upon us! Which has us thinking about great sports memoirs we wish were movies.


Inside the Groundhog Day-Like Grind of Baseball

Writer-illustrator Nathan Gelgud puts his spin on Barry Svrluga's 'The Grind,' a new book about baseball's endless season.


An Off-Base Caricature: Ty Cobb’s Reputation as Baseball’s Bad Boy

Charles Leerhsen the research behind Ty Cobb: Terrible Beauty and how he came to find a much different Cobb than the one he expected.


Q&A: Grantland’s Jonah Keri on His Beloved and Extinct Montreal Expos

Grantland's Jonah Keri joins Signature for a chat about 'Up, Up, and Away,' his definitive history of the Montreal Expos.


Celebrate Opening Day with Diehard Cubs Fan’s Tribute to Wrigley Field

George Will's new book, "A Nice Little Place on the North Side," focuses on Chicago’s Wrigley Field from a diehard fan's perspective.


Doris Kearns Goodwin and the Narrative of Baseball: The Making of a Presidential Historian

When Pulitzer Prize winner Doris Kearns Goodwin is on book tour, crowds gathered to listen to her latest historic discoveries also tend to want to gossip about another subject close to her heart: the game of baseball. In the wake of her beloved Red Sox winning last month's World Series, there is plenty to celebrate as she travels the country to promote her just released book, The Bully Pulpit.