Base Ball: A Journal of the Early Game is a peer-reviewed journal to be published twice each year by McFarland. Offering the best in original research and analysis, the journal will promote the study of baseball's early history, from its protoball roots to 1920, and its rise to prominence within American popular culture.
Call for Submissions: Base Ball welcomes article submissions on all aspects of the early game, including major and minor league play, non-league baseball of all types, origins, business of baseball, biography, art, and literature.
Articles should be prepared according the Chicago Manual of Style and should exceed 2,500 words in length, exclusive of the endnotes and an abstract. Two hard copies of the double-spaced manuscript or an email attachment in Microsoft Word are required. Electronic submissions are encouraged.
Editorial decisions will be sent out within 60 days of manuscript receipt.
Submit all manuscripts and editorial inquiries about Base Ball to:
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