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Milpitas Library

160 North Main Street
Milpitas, CA 95035

Monday1pm - 9pm
Tuesday1pm - 9pm
Wednesday1pm - 9pm
Thursday10am - 6pm
Friday10am - 6pm
Saturday10am - 6pm
Sundaynoon - 6pm
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Baseball in the Library

We're very fortunate to have both of our major Photo of a pile of baseballsleague teams in the playoffs. The Oakland A's are playing in the American League playoffs and the San Francisco Giants are playing in the National League playoffs. Do you find that you want to know more about these teams? Have you been watching and wondering about the finer points of the games? We can help! Here are some titles that will assist you with your questions.

A Band of Misfits

A Band of Misfits

Tales of the 2010 San Francisco Giants

Baggarly, Andrew

Read about the colorful characters (lovingly labeled the Dirty Dozen by manager Bruce Bochy) who became stars during San Francisco's crazy ride to the top, including Aubrey Huff and his now-legendary Rally Thong; clean-cut rookie extraordinaire Buster Posey; and laissez faire Tim Lincecum, whose laid-back personality is a perfect fit for the City by the Bay. Behind every madcap misadventure there was also an unquenchable drive to succeed and prove the naysayers wrong.
Charlie Finley

Charlie Finley

The Outrageous Story of Baseball's Super Showman

Green, G. Michael

A profile of the colorful former owner and general manager of the Oakland A's describes the tuberculosis that ended his athletic ambitions, his contributions to the team's historic wins, and the contradictory personality that led to his controversial team breakdown.
The Baseball Codes

The Baseball Codes

Beanballs, Sign Stealing, and Bench-clearing Brawls : the Unwritten Rules of America's Pastime

Turbow, Jason

Everyone knows that baseball is a game of complicated rules, but it turns out to be even more complex than we realize. Jason Turbow and Michael Duca take us behind the scenes of the great American pastime. Players talk about the game as they never have before, breaking the code of secrecy that surrounds so much of baseball, both on the field and in the clubhouse.