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Articles by Molly Lawless

Molly Lawless is a cartoonist, writer, and longtime deadball-era enthusiast from Boston. She is the author and illustrator of Hit By Pitch: Ray Chapman, Carl Mays and the Fatal Fastball, as well as the compilations Frog & Owl: Regret Is for the Weak, and Infandum! Ad Infinitum, which includes her “Great Moments In Baseball” comics. Her tragicomic tale about the 1986 World Series was featured in The Moment: Wild, Poignant, Life-Changing Stories from 125 Writers and Artists Famous & Obscure. Learn more about Molly and her work at www.mollylawless.com.

Historian's Corner

Jim Creighton: The Man Who Saved Baseball*

An illustrated story of how Jim Creighton saved baseball.

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Historian's Corner

October 2, 1908: Addie Joss and Ed Walsh

An illustrated story of the greatest game ever pitched.

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Casey at the Bat

An illustrated version of the famous poem, Casey at Bat.

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