A Baseball History Explores 10 Iconic Pitches


Tyler Kepner is the national baseball writer for The New York Times. This means he gets to go pretty much wherever he thinks there is a good story. It also means he had the time and resources to conduct the interviews and research necessary to produce one of the most interesting books about baseball to come down the pike in a good while.

That book is “K: A History of Baseball in Ten Pitches” (Doubleday, $28.95).

In a telephone interview on Wednesday, July 10, Kepner was asked about the structure of the book.

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