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Baseball Odds and Ends with Dan Schlossberg

Find out about the ins and outs of BASEBALL  as told by Dan Schlossberg in this program : Baseball Odds and Ends. 

About Dan:

 Former Associated Press newsman Dan Schlossberg, a lifelong resident of Northern 
New Jersey, is one of the country's premier baseball experts.  Dan boasts a 48-year journalism career that spans the gamut from broadcast analyst and commentator, to writer, author, and entrepreneur.  He has won awards for writing, editing, graphic design, and public service from the Working Press Association of New Jersey (now Garden State Journalists Association), NATJA, and  the International Association of Business Communicators 
(IABC).

As a writer Dan has authored 
38 baseball books, and more than 25,000 articles about baseball, including best-seller The 300 Club: Have We Seen the Last of Baseball's 300-Game 
Winners? Dan's latest book, The New Baseball Bible: Notes, Nuggets, Lists and Legends From 
Our National Pastime was release in early 2017. As a baseball author Dan has had the honor of 
personally interviewing many Baseball Hall of Famers including Hank Aaron, Stan Musial, 
Warren Spahn, Luke Appling, Phil Rizzuto, Eddie Mathews, and Bob Feller.  

In addition, Dan has contributed to
 USA Today Sports Weekly, Latino Sports, Baseball 
Magazine, Top Sports Report, Baseball Digest
The Sporting News, MLB.com,  
BaseballGuru.com, All-Star Game and World Series programs, annuals, publications, and 
baseball card projects.  

Date:
Monday, July 29, 2019
Time:
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Location:
Oakland - Meeting Room
Categories:
  Lecture  

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Oakland Library