Individual Author Record
Name: Jerome HoltzmanPen Name: None Genre: C:ADULT Born: Chicago, Illinois Sites:
Illinois ConnectionJerome Holtzman was a baseball writer and columnist, beginning in 1957 for the Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationIn addition to writing for the Chicago Sun Times Jerome Holtzman was also president and founder of Holtzman Press, Inc. Jerome Holtzman chronicled the baseball seasons of the Chicago White Sox and Cubs for more than 40 years at Chicago newspapers, beginning in 1957 as a beat writer at the Chicago Sun-Times and continuing in1981 as a columnist at The Chicago Tribune.
*''Three and Two! The Autobiography of Tom Gorman, the Great Major League Umpire, Scribner, 1979*''Fielder's Choice: An Anthology Of Baseball Fiction, Harvest Books, 1991*''Babe Ruth's Own Book of Baseball, University of Nebraska Press, 1992*''No Cheering in the Press Box, Henry Holt & Co, 1995*''My Greatest Day in Baseball, Bison Books, 1996*''Jack Brickhouse: A Voice for All Seasons, Contemporary Books, 1996*''Chicago Cubs Encyclopedia, Temple University Press, 1997*''The Commissioners: Baseball's Midlife Crisis, Total Sports, 1998*''Al Lopez: The Life of Baseball's El Senor, McFarland & Company, 1999*''The Chicago Cubs (Writing Baseball), Southern Illinois University Press, 2001*''The Jerome Holtzman Baseball Reader, Triumph Books, 2003*''Jerome Holtzman on Baseball, Sports Publishing LLC, 2005*''Baseball, Chicago Style, Bonus Books, 2005