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Baseball time!

Brendan Flynn

Baseball time!

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Published by Lerner Publishing Group in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Baseball,
  • Juvenile literature

  • About the Edition

    Carefully leveled text and vibrant photos engage young readers in learning about the basics of the sport of baseball. Age-appropriate critical thinking questions and a photo glossary help build nonfiction learning skills.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Brendan Flynn
    SeriesSports Time!
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27234027M
    ISBN 10151241431X
    ISBN 109781512414318

    Yet all-female nines took the field everywhere. The Imperfect Diamond tells the stories of the players and their opponents, the powerful owners. American baseball is a colonial enterprise. At least once a year, Angell - the longtime fiction editor of The New Yorker - entices readers with an essay about baseball. Nowhere is this more evident than in the Dominican Republic.

    Jim Bouton set out to chronicle what it was like to be a mid-career pitcher trying to find a place in the major leagues. When he gets tothree gamblers lock him in a closet because he knew about the scandal. After reading this book, you will admire DiMaggio's exceptional athletic feats and his loyalty to his ex-wife Marilyn Monroe, but you will come away thinking that as a human being the Yankee Clipper was an incredibly selfish asshole. In a "you are there" style, Asinof vividly describes the unfolding controversy, as the White Sox players, angry at their low pay and mistreatment by the team owner, and eager to cash in on this opportunity, threw the series against the Cincinnati Reds. The approach brought the A's to the playoffs in and Many baseball aficionados consider this the best book ever written about the game.

    Unfortunately, sometimes the guide was hard to follow because of the yearly updates. It is not surprising that the length of games — around three hours, give or take a few minutes, in recent years — and the pace of action within the game has become a subject of contention among those who love baseball and want to see it endure. The Summer Game is the first of several collections of his baseball writings. He brilliantly captures the memories of the men who played the game in the early days. In his rookie year with the New York Giants, he pitched a no-hitter. He loved the game so much he devised the first scorecard which is pretty much the same one we use now which allowed the boxscore to be expanded and for games to be scored and reported in a consistent manner, and ends with John Dewan and STATS Inc.


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