Jim Bunning Books

Jim Bunning made his Major League debut on 07-20-1955 with the Detroit Tigers. Baseball Almanac is pleased to present all the Jim Bunning books currently listed on Amazon.com - the leading providing of online Jim Bunning books.

"For most pitchers like me, who aren't overpowering supermen with extraordinary stuff like Sandy Koufax or Nolan Ryan , a no-hitter is a freaky thing." - Jim Bunning in No-Hitters: The 225 Games, 1893-1999 (Rich Westcott, 2000, Page 1)
Jim Bunning Books

In Amazon.com Default Order / Jim Bunning Stats


The story of Jim Bunning,
Publisher: Lippincott
Released: 1965

Echoes of Tiger Stadium
By: Joe Falls
Sparky Anderson
Willie Horton
Ted Williams
Jack Morris
George Kell
Mickey Stanley
Jim Bunning
Al Kaline
Ernie Harwell
Publisher: Primeau Productions
Released: 2000
Price: $18.00 (new)

Jim Bunning (Baseball In America)
Publisher: Temple University Press
Released: 1998-08-13
Price: $28.78 (new)

Perfect : The Inside Story of Baseball's Sixteen Perfect Games
By: James Buckley Jr.
Jim Bunning
Publisher: Triumph Books
Released: 2002-04-01
Price: $4.95 (new)






The Story of Jim Bunning. Inscribed book by the pitcher best known for
Publisher: see notes for publisher info
Released: 1965


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The most prestigious award an author of a baseball book could hope for would be the Seymour Medal Award . It has awarded annually since 1996 by the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) and we have online each winner, the author, comments made by SABR, and a link for you to examine / purchase the book on Amazon.com.

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