Here's an opportunity to get a few recommendations for books and find out about books you might not know about for teams you don't often read about.
A few ground rules:
1 - A biography can represent any team the player played for, so yes, you may include a book on Babe Ruth for the Braves. If the player is still active, however, the book may only be listed for the teams they played for at the time the book came out.
2 - Any team that switched names, cities, or both may be included for a book about one of their previous incarnations. For example, any book about the 1900-1950's Washington Senators covers the Minnesota Twins. Any books about the 1960-1970's Washington Senators will be filed under the Texas Rangers.
3 - Minor league teams get a separate category covering minor league baseball.
4 - Books featuring a compilation of stories about many teams can qualify for any teams listed in the book, and as often as necessary.
Here is my short list so far:
Atlanta Braves: We Could've Finished Last Without You by Bob Hope
Boston Red Sox: Faithful by Stephen King and Stewart O'Nan
Baltimore Orioles: Perfect I'm Not by David Wells
Chicago Cubs: Crazy '08 by Cait Murphy
Chicago White Sox: Veeck as in Wreck by Bill Veeck
Cincinnati Reds: Eight Men Out by Eliot Asinof
Detroit Tigers: Perfect I'm Not, again
Houston Astros: Ball Four by Jim Bouton
Los Angeles Dodgers: Bums by Peter Golenbock
Milwaukee Brewers: Ball Four. Is there really any other choice?
New York Mets: The Bad Guys Won! by Jeff Pearlman
New York Yankees: I'd Rather be a Yankee by John Tullis
Oakland Athletics: Moneyball by Michael Lewis
Pittsburgh Pirates: Crazy '08
San Francisco Giants: Love Me, Hate Me by Jeff Pearlman
St. Louis Cardinals: Are We Winning? by Will Leitch
Texas Rangers: Seasons in Hell by Mike Shropshire
That's what I can come up with so far. As you can probably tell, my access to good baseball books where I live now isn't exactly unlimited.