SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Frank Bilovsky; Rich Westcott (editors). The Phillies Encyclopedia. Leisure Press. 1984. 541pp.
Hal Bodley. The Team that Wouldn't Die: The Philadelphia Phillies, World Champions, 1980. Serendipity Press. 1981. 363pp. In association with the Philadelphia National League Club.
Frank Fitzpatrick. You Can't Lose 'Em All: The Year the Phillies Finally Won the World Series. Taylor Trade. 2004. 256pp.
Robert Gordon; Tom Burgoyne. More Than Beards, Bellies and Biceps: The Story of the 1993 Phillies. Sports Publishing LLC. 2006. 255pp.
David M. Jordan. Occasional Glory: The History of the Philadelphia Phillies. McFarland. 2002. 288pp.
William C. Kashatus. September Swoon: Richie Allen, the '64 Phillies, and Racial Integration. Penn State Press. 2004. 258pp.
William C. Kashatus. Almost a Dynasty: The Rise and Fall of the 1980 Phillies. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2008. 382pp.
Allen Lewis; Larry Shenk. This Date in Philadelphia Phillies History. New York: Stein and Day / Scarborough. 1979. 273pp.
Frederick G. Lieb; Stan Baumgartner. The Philadelphia Phillies. New York: G. P. Putman's Sons. 1953. 246pp.
Mitchell Nathanson. The Fall of the 1977 Phillies: How a Baseball Team's Collapse Sank a City's Spirit. McFarland. 2007. 264pp.
Richard Orodenker (editor). The Phillies Reader: A Rich Collection of Baseball Literature That Chronicles the Dramatic History of the Philadelphia Phillies. Temple University Press. 2005. 358pp.
Robin Roberts; C. Paul Rogers III. The Whiz Kids and the 1950 Pennant. Temple University Press. 1996. 390pp.
John P. Rossi. The 1964 Phillies: The Story of Baseball's Most Memorable Collapse. McFarland. 2005. 188pp.
Rich Westcott. Tales from the Phillies Dugout. Sports Publishing LLC. 2006. 192pp.
Rich Westcott. Phillies '93: An Incredible Season. Temple University Press. 1994. 212pp.
Fran Zimniuch. Phillies: Where Have You Gone?. Sports Publishing LLC. 2004. 204pp.
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