It Happened in Brooklyn
Growing up Jewish in America
It Happened on Broadway
Manhattan at Mid-Century
When it was Just a Game
[Available in Paperback]
Remembering Fenway Park
Remembering Yankee Stadium
A Yankee Century & Beyond
Five O'clock Lightning: 2015 Edition
Where Have All Our Red Sox Gone?
Old Time Baseball: America's Pastime in the Guilded Age
Sports Junkies' Book of Trivia, Terms, and Lingo
Red Sox Vs Yankees (with Fred Frommer)
A Yankee Century
The New York Yankee Encyclopedia
Big Apple Baseball
Shoeless Joe and Ragtime Baseball2015 Edition
Red on Red: the Autobiography of Red Holzman
Behind the Lines: The Autobiography of Don Strock
Running Tough: the Autobiography of Tony Dorsett
Growing Up at Bat: 50th Anniversary Book of Little League Basball
Throwing Heat: the Autobiography of Nolan Ryan
150th Anniversary Album of Baseball
Holzman on Hoops [with Red Holzman]
Baseball's Greatest Managers
Baseball's Hall of Fame
Games of the XXIIIrd Olympiad
Baseball's Greatest Records, Streaks and Feats
Baseball's Greatest Rivalry
Rickey and Robinson 2015 Edition
Basketball My Way: Nancy Lieberman [with Myrna Frommer]
New York City Baseball
The Great American Soccer Book
The Martial Arts: Judo and Karate
A Sailing Primer [with Ron Weinmann]
A Baseball Century
Three of Harvey's baseball books are represented in "501 Baseball Books Fans Must Read before They Die":
Remembering Fenway Park, Remembering Yankee Stadium and New York City Baseball.
RICHIE ASHBURN was a star outfielder for the Philadelphia Phillies
ROY CAMPANELLA was a Hall of Fame catcher for the old Brooklyn Dodgers
RED MURFF was a super scout and the man who discovered Nolan Ryan
OZZIE SMITH was a Hall of Fame shortstop for the St. Louis Cardinals
DUKE SNIDER starred in centerfield for many years with the Brooklyn Dodgers
NOLAN RYAN is one of the all-time great pitchers in baseball history.
MIKE ANDREWS played for the Red Sox from 1966 to 1970. He is Chairman of the Jimmy Fund.
MATT BATTS was mainly a backup catcher for the Red Sox from 1947 through 1951.
CARL BEANE was long-time Public Address announcer and the "Voice of the Red Sox."
RON BLOMBERG was the first Designated Hitter in American League history.
DENNIS RAY "OIL CAN" BOYD pitched for the Red Sox from 1982 to 1989.
TOM BRUNANSKY is a former Red Sox outfielder known best for "the catch" in 1990.
GENE CONLEY pitched for the Red Sox from 1961 to 1963 as part of an eleven year Big League career.
DOM DIMAGGIO was a seven-time All-Star and classic Red Sox leadoff hitter and centerfielder for his entire 11-year career. He was nicknamed "The Little Professor" because he wore glasses.
IKE DELOCK, as both a reliever and starter, pitched for the Red Sox from 1952-1963.
BOBBY DOERR is a former Red Sox star second baseman, was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1986
MICHAEL DUKAKIS is lifelong Red Sox fan, former Massacusetts governor.
DENNIS ECKERSLEY pitched for the Red Sox from 1976-1983, 1998
DWIGHT EVANS was an eight-time gold glove outfielder who played 19 of his 20 Major League seasons with the Boston Red Sox.
DAVE MEADOWS "BOO" FERRISS pitched for the Red Sox from 1945-1950. A member of the Red Sox Hall of Fame and Mississippi Hall of Fame, he served five years as a pitching coach for Boston in the 1950s.
WHITEY FORD, a Hall of Famer, Yankee pitcher for 16 seasons, coach and broadcaster, enjoyed pitching in Fenway Park.
TERRY FRANCONA former Red Sox manager who led the team to its first World Series title since 1918 and now pilots Cleveland.
PUMPSIE GREEN, the first African-American player on the Red Sox, he was on the team from 1959 to 1962.
BUTCH HOBSON was primarily a third baseman for the Red Sox from 1975 to 1980. He managed the team from 1992-1994.
JOHN HOLWAY is the author of six books on the Negro Leagues.
RALPH HOUK was former Yankee catcher and manager. He piloted the Red Sox 1981- 1984.
BRUCE HURST was a standout southpaw for the Red Sox from 1980-1988.
EDDIE KASKO is a 10-year Major League veteran who managed the Red Sox in the early 70s.
GEORGE KELL, a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, was a star major league third baseman for 15 years and member of the Red Sox from 1952 to 1954.
JIM LONBORG who won the Cy Young award as the ace of the Red Sox staff during their 1967 "Impossible Dream" season.
MIKE LOWELL He led Boston in RBIs in 2007, powering the team to its second world championship in four years. He was the World Series MVP.
FRED LYNN starred for the Red Sox for seven seasons in the 1970s. In 1975 he became the first player to win the Rookie of the Year award and league MVP in the same season.
FRANK MALZONE was one of the top third basemen in Red Sox history, a three time Gold Glove winner. He played from 1955-1965 and was an 8 time All Star.
SAM MELE a former Major League player and manager, had two stints as a Boston Red Sox outfielder in the late 1940s and mid 1950s.
LOU MERLONI "Framington Lou" is a former Red Sox infielder and fan favorite, a hometown hero.
JON MILLER is an acclaimed baseball announcer. He was with the Red Sox in the early 1980's and does Radio/TV for the San Francisco Giants
RICK MILLER played for the Red Sox from 1971 to 1977. A superb defensive outfielder, he was named "Unsung Hero of 1972"
JOE MOONEY began as the Red Sox head groundskeeper at Fenway Park in 1971. He is Director of Grounds, Emeritus.
BILL MONOUQUETTE was a star hurler for Boston from 1958 to 1965.
LEIGH MONTVILLE was a columnist for the Boston Globe . He is the author of Ted Williams and The Big Bam.
DAVE MOREHEAD Red Sox pitcher from 1963-1968, tossed a no-hitter for the team in 1965.
JOE MORGAN was born just 17 miles from Fenway Park. The Red Sox manager from 1988-1991, he presided over "Morgan Magic."
MEL PARNELL was a star hurler for the Red Sox in the 1940s and 1950s, and later a broadcaster for the team. JOHNNY PESKY is MR. RED SOX. A member of the Red Sox Hall of Fame whose number has been retired by the team. He was a player, manager, coach and goodwill ambassador for the Red Sox since the 1940s.
JIMMY PIERSALL was one of the great centerfielders in Fenway Park history, a two-time Gold Glove winner and two-time All-Star.
BROOKS ROBINSON is a baseball Hall of Famer and former star third baseman for the Baltimore Orioles.
DON SCHWALL was the 1961 Rookie of the Year. He pitched for the Red Sox in 1961-2, appearing in the 1961 All Star Game at Fenway Park.
DAN SHAUGHNESSY has been a sports writer for the Boston Globe for decades. Author of or contributor to such books as "Curse of the Bambino," "At Fenway: Dispatches from Red Sox Nation" he has covered the Red Sox for over 30 years.
FRANK SULLIVAN was a top starting pitcher for Boston in the fifties, winning 13 or more games five straight years. LUIS TIANT threw four straight shutouts in 1966 and excelled as the Red Sox ace in the 70s, becoming a fan favorite known as "El Tiante."
CHARLIE WAGNER pitched for the Red Sox from 1938-42 and in 1946. He went on to be a scout and minor league instructor for the organization.
BILL WERBER passed away at the age of 100 in 2008. He pitched for the Red Sox from 1933-1936 and was the author of Memories of a Ballplayer: Bill Werber and Baseball in the 1930s.
RICK WISE pitched for the Red Sox from 1974 to 1977, one of five Major League teams he played for in an 18 year career.
EDDIE YOST never played for the Red Sox despite Senator John Kerry's claim that Yost was his favorite Red Sox player. Yost was a coach for Boston from 1977-1984.
DON ZIMMER was the Red Sox manager from 1976-1980. He had a very long career working for several different teams in various capacities.
Broadway – Manny Azenberg, Betty Buckley, Marge Champion,Cy Coleman,Hal Prince, Donna McKechnie, Hal Holbrook, Andrea McArdle, Al Hirschfeld, John Raitt, John Kander, Fred Ebb, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Al Hirschfeld, Celeste Holm, Marge Champion, Donna McKechnie Charles Durning, Gwen Verdon, John Raitt, Leslie Uggams, Linda Lavin, Patricia Neal, Robert Whitehead, Marty Richards, Tony Walton, Howard Kissel, Elaine Stritch, Kim Hunter, Richard Kiley, Louise Lasser, Leslie Uggams, Neil Simon