Growing up Baseball: An Oral History

Growing up Baseball: An Oral History

by Harvey Frommer
     
 

On city streets and suburban sandlots, millions of boys have played the nation's game. Growing Up Baseball recounts the stories of those few whose childhood dreams of playing in the big leagues came true.  See more details below

Overview

On city streets and suburban sandlots, millions of boys have played the nation's game. Growing Up Baseball recounts the stories of those few whose childhood dreams of playing in the big leagues came true.

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Purebaseball.com
Frommer, with the help of his son, does his usual excellent job, whether the topic is New York City baseball, Joe Jackson, or photographic compilations.
Purebaseball.Com
Frommer, with the help of his son, does his usual excellent job, whether the topic is New York City baseball, Joe Jackson, or photographic compilations.
Valley News
This is a book for baseball junkies. It's readable and light.
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What This Book Is: A collection of charming vignettes about growing up as a baseball fan and/or a baseball player. Some of your favorite baseball personalities relating how they managed to grasp a small slice of the American dream. Easily read and comprehended pieces of times gone by, and some fairly recent memories related so comfortably that you can almost see the sucession of men in your own living room, taking their turns in your easy chair and telling their own stories.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780878331864
Publisher:
Taylor Trade Publishing
Publication date:
08/28/2001
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
6.36(w) x 9.24(h) x 0.91(d)

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