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2001 DAVE MOORE AWARD WINNER
Elysian Fields Quarterly: The Baseball Review is pleased to announce the winner of the third annual Dave Moore Award for the "most important baseball book" of 2001, as selected by our panel of judges:
The Final Season
by Tom Stanton
Our congratulations to Mr. Stanton and Thomas Dunne Books / St. Martin's Press!
About the Author:
Tom Stanton has been a journalist for two decadesand a baseball fan for three. A founder of The Voice Newspapers in suburban Detroit, he has won state and national press awards, including a prestigious Michigan Journalism Fellowship at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Stanton has also served several years as a professor at the University of Detroit Mercy, and earned degrees from Michigan State University and Oakland University. He belongs to the Society for American Baseball Research, Friends of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and the Mayo Smith Society. He lives in New Baltimore, Michigan, with his wife, Beth, and their three sons.
Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books / St. Martin's Press www.stmartins.com
Date Published: June 1, 2001
Length: 256 pages
Congratulations to the other authors and publishers who were among the finalists for the 2001 Dave Moore Award, and a special thank you to Joshua Dressler, Larry Fangman, Lynn Messina, David Shiner, and Fred Wilhelms for lending their time and talents while serving as judges for this year's award.
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