Coming Later in 2017
Hank Cox's The General Who Wore Six Stars, a look at the life and career of U.S. Lt. General John C.H. Lee, commander of the Service of Supply for the European Theatre of Operations during World War II, often criticized by fellow officers and military historians, will be published by Potomac Books.
Charley Rosen's The NBA's Fallen Angel, the story of basketball superstar Micheal Ray Richardson, the only player in NBA history banned from the league for repeated drug abuse, and the era of excess that permeated the NBA in the 1980's, will be published by the University of Nebraska Press.
Coming in 2018
Davey Johnson's untitled memoir, covering his 50-year baseball career as a player and manager, including guiding the New York Mets to the world championship in 1986, and his pivotal role in introducing computer analysis to the major leagues, written with Erik Sherman, will be published by Triumph Books.
Dom Amore's New York Yankees: The First Two Decades, detailing the early history of the Yankees and their rise to prominence, will be published by Skyhorse Publishing.
TR's Last War by David Pietrusza follows Theodore Roosevelt and his spirited and tumultuous final years leading up to and through World War I. The book will be published by Lyons Press.
Investigative journalist Mary Beth Pfeiffer's The First Epidemic, based on new research into tick-borne diseases and supporting the theory that global warming is the main culprit, will be published by Island Press.
Alou by Felipe Alou with Peter Kerasotis is the memoir of the first baseball player from the Dominican Republic to play and manager in the Major Leagues. The book will be published by the University of Nebraska Press.
Coming in 2019
Former key member of the 1969 New York Mets, Art Shamsky's Forever Brothers, a retrospective on the iconic '69 Mets, written with Erik Sherman, will be published by Simon & Schuster.
Lew Paper's In the Cauldron is a fresh look at the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, with new details drawn from the recently-released personal papers of FDR's Ambassador to Japan, Joseph Grew. The book will be published by Regnery.