|Talmage Boston, is a trial lawyer and baseball historian. The author of 1939: Baseball's Tipping Point(Bright Sky Press, 2005), a version of which was first published as 1939: Baseball's Pivotal Year(The Summit Group, 1994), Boston has lectured on baseball history at Princeton University, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Houston's Museum of Fine Arts, and SMU's Cox School of Business. His essays on baseball have appeared in the Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the National Baseball Hall of Fame's Memories and Dreamsmagazine, The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives: Sports Figures, SABR'sBaseball Research Journal, Elysian Fields Quarterly, the Dallas Business Journal, and on the walls of The Nolan Ryan Center on Alvin, Texas, all leading to his induction into the Texas Baseball Hall of Fame as a Media Member. His most recent book is Baseball and the Baby Boomer.|
He and his wife, Claire, reside in Dallas, Texas, and are the parents of Scott and Lindsey. A Shareholder and commercial litigator with the law firm of Winstead PC, Talmage has been named a "Super Lawyer" in Texas Monthlymagazine every year from 2003-2008, and currently serves as a member of the board of directors for the State Bar of Texas.
Visit his website at www.talmageboston.com.
Bright Star Author
Bright Sky titles:
Baseball and the Baby Boomer
1939: Baseball's Tipping Point