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Anyone who's interested in the early days of baseball should read this one. Ritter actually interviewed the men who tell their stories in this book. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Sue M
Wonderful book for students of the game. The inside histories of great players who did great things on the field. Adds personal color to the black and white photos of the game.Published 28 days ago by wes
This was a gift to a 25 year old grandson who loves baseball. He enjoyed the stories very much.Published 2 months ago by Jimbo
Outstanding in every way to preserve the legacy of yesteryear baseball stories that would have been lost forever otherwise.Published 3 months ago by Robert J Salerno
Really a fun read if you're interested in the history of the national pastime. Loved this.Published 4 months ago by Jerry Mac