Casey Award

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The Casey Award has been given to the best baseball book of the year since 1983. The award was begun by Mike Shannon and W.J. Harrison, editors and co-founders of “Spitball: The Literary Baseball Magazine.”

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  1. ^ "Phil S. Dixon: The Legacy of the Negro Leagues". Wolfman Productions, Inc. Archived from the original on 2012-04-01. Retrieved 2011-10-22. Dixon, a native of Kansas City, Kansas, ... [is] the great-great-nephew of former United States Senator Blanch Kelso Bruce. 

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