Various Artists , Mike Faloon , Mike Fournier
Zisk #33
$ 4.00

In the new issue of "the baseball zine for people who hate baseball zines," Zisk compares the Baseball Hall of Fame to the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame. They salute Bartolo Colón as baseball's greatest living class clown. They connect Motörhead to the jump-blues of the '30s and '40s and the Vaudeville circuit, and then connect it all back to baseball. 

Within: Adam Berenbak on Tiny Bradshaw touring with Jackie Robinson, Mike Faloon on John Sterling's greatest call ever, Sean Faloon on Bartolo Colón's Hall of Fame candidacy, R. Lincoln Harris on Glenn Burke, Dave Harrison on Moundball, Rachel Hyman on Jomboy Media, David Lawton on Rich "El Guapo" Garces, Abby and Jesse Mendelson on baseball in Texas, and John Taylor on Curt Flood.

Plus illustrations by Greg Jezewski, Jon Minerich, Rev. Norb, Dan Smith, and front cover woodcut by John Vasquez Mejias. 

32 pages, half-letter size.

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