Since it's playoff time, here's a profile of Roger Angell, one of the best baseball writers of the last 50 years. He's been with the New Yorker seemingly forever, serving mostly as chief fiction editor. Here's a bibliography. He started writing baseball articles for the magazine in 1962, and I've read most of them (shockingly, there's a book in that list I don't own, so I'm off to the library).
And if you're wondering who I'm rooting for, don't ask; I only know who I'm rooting against!Posted by Linkmeister at October 1, 2002 04:02 PM