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"I knew I wasn't a baseball writer. I was scared to death. I really was afraid to talk to players, and I didn't want to go into the press box because I thought I was faking it." -- Roger Angell
Roger Angell (born September 19, 1920), has been a regular contributor to The New Yorker and was its chief fiction editor for many years. He has written many memorable essays on baseball as well as numerous fiction, non-fiction, and criticism pieces, and formerly wrote an annual Christmas poem for the magazine.
Total Books: 49
Angell is the son of editor and author Katharine Sergeant Angell White and the stepson of renowned essayist E. B. White, but was raised for the most part by his father, Ernest Angell. He is a 1938 graduate of the Pomfret School and attended Harvard University.