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Wopper, volume 3, The Series: How Babe Ruth Lost His Father and Won the 1918 World Series Against the Cubs Paperback – September 14, 2017
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Paperback, September 14, 2017
About the Author
Author Frank Amoroso has played, coached, watched, and written about baseball for most of his life. He writes with precision, sensitivity and lyrical descriptions that put the reader on the mound, or in the batter’s box along with the Babe. “By any measure, Babe Ruth is the greatest baseball player to ever live. From the superiority of his accomplishments compared to his contemporaries and those who followed, to his role in saving baseball after the Black Sox scandal, to his transcendent place in American culture, Babe is the nation’s most revered and beloved figure.”
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