Articles and Publications

My first article was published in 1995.  Since then, I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with outstanding editors.  Recent articles focus on sports, entertainment, and law.

Here is a list of some of my publications:

The Lone RangerThe Green Hornet, and Legacies
New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal
Volume 29, #3

Holy Copyright Audit, Batman!
New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal
Volume 30, #1

Pop Corkhill
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

The Steinbrenner Era Begins
New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal
Volume 29, #3

Tikkun olam, ‘wonderful’ lives, and the mensch of Bedford Falls
New Jersey Jewish News

Waverly Fairgrounds
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Ballparks Project

Hinchliffe Stadium
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Ballparks Project

Sam Parrilla
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

Mario Cuomo
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

Autry, Angels, and the American League
New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal
Volume 29, #2

Joe Pepitone
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

From Bat to Baton:  Josh Gibson, the Pittsburgh Opera, and The Summer King
The National Pastime
Society for American Baseball Research National Convention

Hal Lanier
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

Jumbo Brown
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

Scoops Carey
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

Wes Parker
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

Space, Sitcoms, and the 1960s
New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal
Volume 29, #1

April 18, 1925:  Mourning Charles Ebbets
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Games Project

Dike Varney
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

Ron Hodges
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

Bert Convy
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

June 29, 1905:  Moonlight Graham’s only major-league game
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Games Project

September 18, 1941:  The Aurora Borealis game at Forbes Field
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Games Project

Bucky Dent
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

September 28, 1960:  Ted Williams bids adieu to Boston fans with 521st home run
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Games Project

May 7, 1959:  Roy Campanella Night
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Games Project

Lou Costello
Society for American Baseball Research Baseball Biography Project

There Was Once a Ballpark—Mourning the Dodgers, Meeting the Mets, William Shea, and the Rise and Fall of the Continental League
New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal
Volume 28, #3

JFK, Presidential Libraries, and the Cuban Missile Crisis
New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal
Volume 28, #2

Roosevelt Stadium:  The Forgotten Ballpark
The National Pastime
Society for American Baseball Research National Convention

The Night That Ted Turner Managed the Braves
www.thesportspost.com

Spinoffs, Crossovers, and Cameos
New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal
Volume 28, #1

Bowling, Tim Matheson, and “Dreamer”
www.thesportspost.com

The Hall of Fame Case for Charles Ebbets
www.thesportspost.com

The LA Angels, Hollywood Stars, and the Brawls of 1953
www.thesportspost.com

Chris Chambliss, Billy Martin, and the 1976 AL Playoffs
www.thesportspost.com

The 1912 Suspension of Ty Cobb
www.thesportspost.com

Jimmie Foxx, the Kid from Sudlersville
www.thesportspost.com

The Début of Roosevelt Stadium
www.thesportspost.com

Mary Tyler Moore, WJM, and the NFL
www.thesportspost.com

Bears, Dolphins, and the Pursuit of Perfection
www.thesportspost.com

Hell Hath No Fury Like a Bruins Fan Scorned
www.thesportspost.com

Baltimore, Frank Robinson, and the Year of the Orioles
www.thesportspost.com

Lefty Grove, Ted Williams, and the 1941 Boston Red Sox
www.thesportspost.com

The Trade That Shocked the Hockey World
www.thesportspost.com

The Birth of the Designated Hitter
www.thesportspost.com

Juan Marichal, the Dandy Dominican
www.thesportspost.com

The Hall of Fame Case for Doc Adams
www.thesportspost.com

The Odd Couple and Football
Coffin Corner—The Official Magazine of the Professional Football Researchers Association

Don Drysdale:  Once A Bum, Almost A Pirate
www.thesportspost.com

Wichita:  Home of Aviation, Pizza Hut, and Wingnuts
www.thesportspost.com

The Genesis of L.A. Law
New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal
Volume 27, #3

What If the Dodgers Had Stayed in Brooklyn?
www.thesportspost.com

Strat-O-Matic Hall of Fame Game: Pre-1960 AL vs. Post-1960 NL
www.thesportspost.com

Luke Appling Proves Age Is Just a Number
www.thesportspost.com

The Year the Yankees Won the Tonys
www.thesportspost.com

What Ifs of Baseball’s Past
www.thesportspost.com

Strat-O-Matic Hall of Fame Game: 19th Century vs. Yankees
www.thesportspost.com

Boog Powell’s MVP Season
www.thesportspost.com

Cooperstown’s Hall of Fa(r)mers
www.thesportspost.com

The Debut, and Short Life, of Gilmore Field
www.thesportspost.com

Kyle Chandler, Kelly Rutherford, and “Homefront”
www.thesportspost.com

The Hall of Fame Case for Gene Autry
www.thesportspost.com

Top 10 Things I Like About Oriole Park at Camden Yards
www.thesportspost.com

Milton Berle’s Lifetime Contract
New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal
Volume 27, #2

Football, Fuller, Fleckum, and “A Face in the Crowd”
www.thesportspost.com

Joe E. Brown, Buster Keaton, and the Olympics
www.thesportspost.com

Everything I Need To Know About Life I Learned In Bars
Jersey City Writers

The Best Baseball Story Ever?:  Cecil “Stud” Cantrell, the Tampico Stogies, and Long Gone
The National Pastime
Society for American Baseball Research National Convention

Sony v. Betamax Decision Failed to Provide Copyright Protection—but Promoted Innovation and Consumer Convenience Instead
The Computer & Internet Lawyer
Volume 33, Number 8

Morgan Bulkeley:  Founding Father or Figurehead?
Base Ball:  A Journal of the Early Game
Volume 9

The Hall of Fame Case For Bill Buckner
www.hallofverygood.com

Henry Aaron’s Final Home Run
www.thesportspost.com

The Landmark Case of Ludtke v. Kuhn
www.thesportspost.com

New Jersey, Allaire State Park, and the Revolutionary War
www.thesportspost.com

Bobby Bonilla’s Payday
www.thesportspost.com

M*A*S*H, Prime Time Television, and the California Angels of 1977
www.thesportspost.com

Batman, Baseball, and 1966
www.thesportspost.com

How Cooperstown Got Its Name
www.thesportspost.com

The Hall of Fame Case for Lou Piniella
www.thesportspost.com

1986, Hollywood, and the Chicago Cubs
www.thesportspost.com

The Burning of Boundary Field
www.thesportspost.com

The Death of Lou Gehrig
www.thesportspost.com

Jake, Wild Thing, and Willie Mays Hayes
www.thesportspost.com

Mickey, Whitey, and the Class of 1974
www.thesportspost.com

The Hall of Fame Case for Tommy John
www.thesportspost.com

Kingman’s Performance
www.thesportspost.com

A Copyright Battle
New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal
Volume 27, #1

Our Bums
New York State Bar Association’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal
Volume 27, #1

The Cameraman, Buster Keaton, and Yankee Stadium
www.thesportspost.com

Hilltop Park’s First Game
www.thesportspost.com

Wynn, World Series, and White Sox
www.thesportspost.com

Rick Monday’s Star-Spangled Play
www.thesportspost.com

 

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