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Not one word mentioned regarding the best philosopher any sports would reproduce. And if you cannot guess his name, well then maybe Yogi should not be acknowledged.Published 6 days ago by JOSEPH W FAMILANT
Good, easy to read book that sort of rambles through the history of baseball in a sort of disjointed way. Lots of information, but often hidden within the author's opinion. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
It's a beautifully written, idiosyncratic history of baseball. For the knowledgeable fan (me), most of it is familiar: the origins in rounders and the fake origins attribute to... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Avid Reader
For anyone who loves the game and also loves history in general this is an enjoyable read!Published 12 months ago by James TFunk
First half was great. Vecsey's knowledge of the early days is impressive and his language is fun, colorful, and flows well. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Joey Pruger
I GAVE IT AS A BIRTHDAY GIFT AND MY FRIEND SAID IT WAS THE BEST BASEBALL BOOK HE HAD EVER SEEN OR HEARD.Published 21 months ago by Harold Hubbell