Dorothy Seymour Mills
Dorothy Seymour Mills (July 5, 1928 – November 17, 2019) was an American baseball author, historian and researcher. She met her future husband Harold Seymour while attending Fenn College, where he was teaching.
|Dorothy Seymour Mills|
|Born||July 5, 1928|
|Died||November 17, 2019 (aged 91)|
In 2010, Oxford University Press credited her as a co-author of the books Baseball: The Early Years, Baseball: The Golden Age, and Baseball: The People's Game, which had all been published under her husband's name.
In 2017, the Society for American Baseball Research created the Dorothy Seymour Mills Lifetime Achievement Award in her name to recognize "any person with a sustained involvement in women's baseball or any woman with a longtime involvement in baseball in any fashion."
- Baseball: The Early Years (1960), Oxford University Press, with Harold Seymour
- Baseball: The Golden Age (1971), Oxford University Press, with Harold Seymour
- Baseball: The People's Game (1990), Oxford University Press, ISBN 9780195038903, with Harold Seymour
- A woman's work: writing baseball history with Harold Seymour, McFarland & Company, ISBN 9780786418480
- Chasing baseball: our obsession with its history, numbers, people and places (2010), McFarland & Company, ISBN 9780786442898, with Richard C. Crepeau
- Drawing card: a baseball novel (2012), McFarland & Company, ISBN 9780786468140
- First mystery: the kiss (2017), BluewaterPress, ISBN 9781604521306
- Second mystery: the wet bathing suit (2017), BluewaterPress, ISBN 9781604521313
- Third mystery: the phone call (2017), BluewaterPress, ISBN 9781604521320
- Schudel, Matt (November 20, 2019). "Dorothy Seymour Mills, who received belated credit for husband's baseball writing, dies at 91". Washington Post. Retrieved November 22, 2019.
- "Dorothy Seymour Mills added as baseball co-author". Sioux City Journal. New York. AP. July 25, 2010. p. C8. Retrieved November 22, 2019 – via Newspapers.com.
- "Dorothy Seymour Mills Lifetime Achievement Award (Women in Baseball) | Society for American Baseball Research". sabr.org. Retrieved November 22, 2019.