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I'm ambivalent about the Yankees, but this is certainly one of the best baseball books I've ever read.
The parts related to Mantle certainly gave me even greater understanding about just how great of a player and teammate he was.
The paperback was my origianl, which was then read by my Sons and now is being read by my 8 Grandsons as they get old enough.
Quality as advertised. The author sits in front of me at the Tampa Bay Rays games so I got Peter to sign it for me.Published 1 month ago by Paul H Stephenson
In my opinion one of the finest baseball books ever written. I read it in 1975 and misplaced it of the years. Thanks to Amazon I got two- one for me, one for a friend--Love It. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Everett Carr
This is a solid anecdotal history of the Yankees. Golenbock has done a number of books such as this and once again, he succeeds with his subject matter. Read morePublished 3 months ago by sillybilly312
Interesting book that summed up the great Yankee Dynasty. The parts related to Mantle certainly gave me even greater understanding about just how great of a player and teammate he... Read morePublished 5 months ago by JimandFran DiGiovanna
I'm not a Yankee fan at all, but this is an interesting book about a long gone time.Published 5 months ago by Matthew Runyon
This product was great for memories from that age of baseball. The re-editing for the kindle version (apparently) was atrocious making concentration nearly impossible. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Grunie
These years from 1949-1964 in baseball were dominated by the New York Yankees. During that timespan, no team won more pennants or World Series than the Bronx Bombers nor had more... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jim Hissong
Brings back great memories for fans 60 and older who truly appreciate the game as it was played before the DH, "quality starts", "pitch counts" "six inning games", and the plethora... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Lenora Newman