BAD BOYS, BAD TIMES

   
The Cleveland Indians & Baseball in the Prewar Years​ 

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THE BAD BOYS, BAD TIMES BOOK TOUR  
Here are the confirmed dates:  
           
                                                                                            ​​​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​ September 21 - Westside Flea Market @9-3
October 27 -      Fairmount Temple Boutique @9-1:30
November 2-     Buckeye Book Fair (Wooster) All Day
November 3 -    Temple Emanue-El @9:30 a.m
November 16 -  Western Res. Church Holiday Bazaar          @10 a.m
November 22-24 - I-X Center Christmas Connection


Read Scott's books about the Cleveland Indians
And How Their Teams Were Built

Scott has always had a passion for baseball sports books. As an avid reader/writer he takes pride in crafting the best baseball books he can. ​

Scott believes the history of the game is important to al baseball fans in that it presents a timeline of where the sport has come from in comparison to where it is today. Baseball and sports are a strong part of our culture and will remain so for years to come. As a baseball historian, Scott will do his best to keep the history alive.
History baseball books are an important contribution to the literary field.


Scott's current book, No Money, No Beer, No Pennants was published in September 2016. The book traces the progress of the Cleveland Indians in the Great Depression years from 1927-1936. It was a time for change when radio came into play along with a huge new stadium in Cleveland.
Scott's second book, The Best They Could Be: The Cleveland Indians 1916-1920, was published by Potomac Books in April of 2013. It is the story of a baseball team that overcame great adversity to win a World Series in 1920.
Scott's first book Addie Joss: King of the Pitchers was published in 1999. It is the biography of one of the greatest pitchers in the history of professional baseball. The book details the short life of Addie Joss as he rises to the major leagues and enjoys a brief, astonishing career with the Indians before  passing away at the age of 31