Guide to Baseball Novels: Q
- Quarrington, Paul. Home Game. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1983. A haunted ex-ballplayer and a team of misfits pursue adventures that culminate in an epic, comic-surreal baseball game.
- Quick, Kathryn. Stealing April's Heart. New York: Avalon, 2003. Star ballplayer is sent to a sports medicine clinic run by a gifted woman therapist; will romance kindle?
- Quigley, Martin. Today's Game. New York: Viking Press, 1965. The manager of an aging ballclub pulls the strings that lead to victory against a star pitcher he's just traded away.
Some insights into the sociology of the sport leaven an excruciatingly dull game narrative that takes up almost the entire novel.