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"'Playing Rotten, It Ain't That Hard to Do.' How the Black Sox Threw the 1920 Pennant." The Baseball Research Journal, Spring 2016.
“Expelled by a Unanimous Vote: The Curious Saga of Dr. A.T. Pearsall.” Base Ball, Sept. 2011.
“The Inauguration of This Noble and Manly Game Among Us,” Base Ball (Fall 2012). Winner of the 2013 McFarland Award for best baseball history article of 2012
“The catcher who stopped a revolution.” MLB’s Our Game Blog, March 24, 2014, https://ourgame.mlblogs.com/page/19/
“The evolution of baseball as one word or two” MLB’s Our Game Blog, April 21, 2014
Protoball Essays and Articles (at www.protoball.org)
The Spread of Base Ball, 1859 - 1870: Some New Data on the Early Diffusion of Base Ball in the United States
Bruce Allardice Find Stories, October 2013
Internet Search Tips
Preliminary IL Data on Early Base Ball
Cricket and the Rise of Baseball
SABR BioProject biographies written by Bruce Allardice, accessible at www.sabr.org.
Ben and Lou Levi
Articles for SABR Black Sox Committee Newsletter
The 1919 Series and the Dog That Did Not Cry in the Night
Abe Attel's roomates
Collyer's Eye ace Investigator "Frank O. Klein": Who was he?
Undiscovered 1946 series by Collyer's Eye reporter "Aurelius" reveals new details of scandal
The IRS vs. the Black Sox: a case study
Shea Stadium's Connection to the Black Sox Scandal
“$5,000 in a Dirty Envelope”: The Economics of the 1919 Black Sox Bribery
Rachie Brown: a Black Sox Mystery Man
Nat Evans: The Early Years
Twelve Men Out: The Jurors of the Black Sox Trial
A. Morgan Frumberg: The Most Effective Black Sox Defense Attorney
The Kokomo Black Sox Gamblers—Ben and Louis Levi
Sport Sullivan, Carl Mays and the Black Sox Scandal
The Greatest Team Ever? The 1919 Chicago White Sox
Fixers from the Steel City? The Black Sox’s Pittsburgh Connection
A Potpourri of Black Sox Bettors and Witnesses
“It’s tough when you can’t trust the man beside you”: Shano Collins tells all about the Black Sox
“Something Phony About it all”: Tris Speaker Covers the 1919 World Series
The St. Louis Connection: Carl Zork and Ben Franklin
"Out of the Shadows.” Joseph J. “Sport” Sullivan
Why the Black Sox Lost in 1920—an Analysis