I've pared down my whole library considerably since getting married. I used to have about 2000 books, now down to under 500, more going to Half-price soon. Just looking around, I found I didn't need them as "trophies" to store on shelves anymore, and won't reread them. Or if I ever do, I can just buy a new copy. I never had many baseball books, actually. The Iowa Baseball Confederacy and a collection of Kinsella shorts were in there. But I mainly had non-fiction, and mostly from childhood. Dan Schlossberg's Baseball Almanac was good for hours of randomly rereading a few pages at a time. Furman Bisher's Strange But True Baseball Stories. Bill James's New Historical Abstract and Win Shares. A 1997 copy of Total Baseball the size of an illuminated Lutheran Bible. A 1996 SCG price guide that was extremely frustrating because there was no year-by-year index, so if you wanted to look up, say, every Moe Berg card, there was no easy way to locate all sets from the 30s.