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2004 DAVE MOORE AWARD WINNER
Elysian Fields Quarterly: The Baseball Review is pleased to announce the winner of the sixth annual Dave Moore Award for the "most important baseball book" of 2004, as selected by our panel of judges:
September Swoon: Richie Allen,
the '64 Phillies, and Racial Integration.
by William C. Kashatus
About the Author:
William C. Kashatus is a professional historian who earned a doctorate at the University of Pennsylvania. A regular contributor to the Philadelphia Daily News, he is the author of several books, including Connie Mack's ë'29 Triumph: The Rise and Fall of the Philadelphia Athletics Dynasty (1999), Mike Schmidt: Philadelphia's Hall of Fame Third Baseman (2000), and Just Over the Line: Chester County and the Underground Railroad (2002). Kashatus has appeared on National Public Radio and Pennsylvania Cable Network, as well as on many local television and radio stations. He lives with his wife and three sons in Chester County, Pennsylvania.
Publisher: Penn State University Press
Year Published: 2004
Length: 258 pages
A special thank you to Jim Bower, John Hagemann, Mike Menner, Rich Puerzer, and Lorie Roth for lending their time and talents while serving as judges for this year's award.
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