Hall of Fame Inductee
Red Dirt Baseball First Decades 2nd Edition
Professional baseball arrived in the Twin Territories in 1904, with teams from 28 Oklahoma cities and towns playing in 11 different leagues. Red Dirt Baseball: The First Decades tells the story of these leagues and the ball clubs from Altus to Vinita, along with hundreds of photos. Dozens of Major Leaguers played in the Sooner State during this time.
Red Dirt Baseball Boom and Bust
Red Dirt Baseball–Boom and Bust is a book that tells the story of the five leagues and 24 teams that existed in Oklahoma between 1920 and 1942. It includes hundreds of photos of towns, teams, and players, as well as information about the many Major Leaguers who played in the Sooner State during this time. This book provides an interesting look into the history of baseball in Oklahoma during the World Wars.
Red Dirt Baseball Post War Year
Red Dirt Baseball: The Post-War Years is a book that tells the story of the four leagues and fifteen teams that existed in Oklahoma between 1946 and 1961. It includes hundreds of photos of towns, teams, and players, many of whom went on to become Major Leaguers. The book provides an interesting look into the history of baseball in the Sooner State.
Eight Seasons of the Herefords
Ada has a short but rich history in professional baseball, with a fascinating human and social legacy. Eight Seasons of the Herefords-Red Dirt Baseball in Ada is an expansion of a chapter from the Red Dirt Baseball series, featuring photos and vignettes on owners, managers, and players. Most of the photos in the book appear publicly for the first time.