Here on this first day of March, I thought I might try to bulk up your reading lists.
First, if you haven't already, please consider purchasing 100 Things Dodgers Fans Should Know and Do Before they Die. Other than missing Orlando Hudson's cycle, Russell Martin's stumbles and the latest drama surrounding Manny Ramirez and Frank and Jamie McCourt, everything's still very much up to date and worth your reading. At a cost of barely $10 online, I really think it qualifies as a bargain.
Second, here's a reminder to get the 2010 Maple Street Press Dodgers Annual. The first reader reviews have started to come in, and the reaction is as good as I expected, considering the first-rate content the writers and statisticians provided. (Here's a link to some PDF excerpts.) You simply won't find a better yearbook about the Dodgers anywhere.
Third, I got a copy of 2010 Baseball Prospectus, which offers insightful essays on all 30 teams plus detailed player capsules on roughly 1,000 major and minor-leaguers. This book could keep you company all season, providing answers to almost any question you have about this year's pros.
Finally, I'm most pleased to pass along the news that Cardboard Gods: An All-American Tale Told Through Baseball Cards, written by Josh Wilker, is available for pre-order. And it figures to be simply sensational.