Table of contents for Unsolved mysteries of baseball / Paul Aron.

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1. Who Invented Baseball?
2. Who Was the First Black in the Majors?
3. Who Was Casey at the Bat?
4. Was Ed Delahanty Murdered?
5. Did Merkle Touch Second?
6. Did Cobb Win the 1910 Batting Race?
7. Did Shoeless Joe Throw the Series?
8. What Caused Ruth's "Bellyache?"
9. What Caused the Home Run Surge?
10. Did Ruth Call His Shot?
11. Was Moe Berg a Spy?
12. What Caused the Feud Between Williams and the Press?
13. Why Did Rickey Sign Robinson?
14. How Old Was Satchel Paige?
15. Did Thomson Steal Branca's Sign?
16. Why Did the Dodgers Move?
17. Why Didn't Castro sign with the Senators?
18. Why Was Steinbrenner Banned?
19. Why Can't the Red Sox Win?
20. Why Can't the Cubs Win?
21. Who Threw the Spitter?
22. Does a Curve Ball Curve?
23. Where Did Fungo Come From?
24. Can Small-Market Teams Compete?
25. Were Yesterday's Players Better?
26. Does Clutch Hitting Exist?
27. Do Managers Matter?
28. Does It Pay To Steal?

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Baseball United States History, Baseball players United States Biography