John Schulian

by Michael O. Allen on February 1, 2008

“Lord, how they hated to see Moe Hill come to Waterloo. When he had a bat in his hands and a Wisconsin Rapids
uniform on his back, a sense of dread rose from those

Iowa townies like summer heat off two-lane blacktop.”

Twilight of the Long-ball Gods by John Schulian

I was a teenage immigrant to this country when I first read Schulian in the pages of the Chicago Sun-Times. He wrote with such empathy and wisdom then that I missed his absence from the national landscape now. Where have you gone, John Schulian?


Todd Drew February 1, 2008 at 11:51 AM

Anyone who loves baseball will love Schulian’s book. Anyone who loves and misses great baseball writing will love it even more.

Henry February 2, 2008 at 5:29 PM

I will be sure to check out that book.

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