I seek from thee, the collective hive mind of Camden Chat, recommendations in regards to books pertaining to and/or focused on our beloved Baltimore Orioles. I have managed to acquire a few titles for my personal library. Yet I seek more. I'll post a list of the books I know of and/or already have below. Maybe some of these will be new to some of you readers. Fantastic. Usher forth and feed you head. But your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to throw some links in the comments section for our further perusal and the expansion of our knowledge of all things Birdland!
From 33rd Street to Camden Yards Well regarded history of the O's by John Eisenberg
Ballpark Follows the journey of Oriole Park at Camden Yards, from conception through completion.
It's What You Learn After You Know it All That Counts Another book by Earl, but difficult to find
Together We Were 11 Foot 9 Jim Palmer waxes nostalgic regarding his and Earl's friendship
Pitching, Defense, and 3-Run Homers SABR analyses the 1970 O's team
And one last one, a bit of a wildcard.
Bottom of the 33rd. A tale of the longest game in baseball history, involving the then AAA O's affiliate Rochester Red Wings.
Okey dokey, Chatters. That's what I got/know of. I haven't read all of these, but they are firmly ensconced on my 'To Read' list. What additional suggestions have thee? Hit me with 'em in the comments!