You could catch up on required reading. Fresh titles for a hot- stove league include Joseph E. Wallace's "World Series: An Opinionated Chronicle," Louis P. Masur's "Autumn Glory: Baseball's First World Series," and "Rob Neyer's Big Book of Baseball Lineups." Particular to Washingtonians are "Damn Senators," Mark Gauvreau Judge's history of D.C.'s only (1924) World Series victory, and "Beyond the Shadow of the Senators," Brad Snyder's comprehensive look at the great Homestead Grays team of the Negro Leagues.
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