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This book is a good read for someone who enjoys a well written story.
Even if you are not a Yankee or Red Sox fan, this book is a pure joy for any baseball fan and one interested in the history of America's pasttime.
I enjoyed this book so much and read it so many times, I had to get a second copy to loan out to friends and fellow fans.
5 of 5 stars (outstanding)
In 1949, the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox engaged in a memorable pennant race that was not decided until the... Read more
Good coverage of both Yankees and Red Sox of '49. Easy readingPublished 2 months ago by rw williams
Surprised how one-sided it is. VERY pro-Yankee and anti-Red Sox. Would have expected more from this author. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Everett Carr
An extremely well written book about the glory times in baseball. Typical of Halberstam, you get an intricate look at the players that you would never read in the papers or hear... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Louis D.
David Halberstam is one of my favorite authors, and it so happens that I am a lifelong baseball fan with memories of the sport in the fifties as my earliest introduction to the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by PapaPhil
My husband read another book by same author and loved it 'He has not finished this one yetPublished 6 months ago by Joyce Hopkins
I'm so glad I finally sat down and read this classic; there is no disappointment here. What a fabulous read. It has all a baseball fanatic could ever want. Read morePublished 7 months ago by honest Abe