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The St. Louis Baseball Reader SPORTS AMERICAN CULTURE
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[EAN: 9780826216878], Neubuch, [PU: University of Missouri], RICHARD PETERSON,BASEBALL,STATE AND LOCAL, Sports & Recreation|Baseball|Essays & Writings, Sports & Recreation|Baseball|General, Sports & Recreation|Baseball|History, Hardcover. 456 pages. Dimensions: 9.5in. x 6.5in. x 1.4in.The St. Louis Baseball Reader is a tale of two teams: one the citys lovable losers, the other a formidable dynasty. The St. Louis Cardinals are the most successful franchise in National League history, while the St. Louis Browns were one of the least successful, yet most colorful, American League teams. Now Richard Peterson has collected the writings of some of baseballs greatest storytellers to pay tribute to both these teams. His book, the first anthology devoted exclusively to the Cardinals and Browns, covers the rich history of St. Louis baseball from its late-nineteenth-century origins to the modern era. The St. Louis Baseball Reader is a celebration of the many legendary stars and colorful characters who wore St. Louis uniforms and the writers who told their stories, including Alfred Spink, Roger Angell, George Will, and Baseball Hall of Fame writers Bob Broeg, J. Roy Stockton, Red Smith, and Fred Lieb. Here, too, are John Grisham, who grew up a Redbirds fan in Mississippi, and Jack Buck, the most identifiable voice in Cardinal history. Great playersGrover Cleveland Alexander, Rogers Hornsby, Marty Marion, and Satchel Paigetell their own stories, while Bill Veeck offers an account of his wild ride as the last Browns owner and Whitey Herzog shares regrets about the play that cost the Cardinals the 1985 World Series. From the days of the Gas House Gang to the 1944 Streetcar Series, from Bill Veecks legendary stunts to Mark McGwires pursuit of Roger Mariss home-run record, the Reader will bring back memories for every fan. It takes in all of the magic of the ballparkwhether recounting the unhittable pitching of Bob Gibson, the slugging prowess of Stan The Man Musial, or the sterling glove-work of Ozzie Smithalong with reflective commentaries that tell how Jackie Robinson confronted racism and Curt Flood challenged the reserve clause. St. Louis is a city blessed with a memorable baseball history, and The St. Louis Baseball Reader perfectly captures the joy and heartbreak of its winning and losing teams. Its a book that will delight current fans of the Cardinals and old-timers who fondly recall the Browns. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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[EAN: 9780826216878], [PU: University of Missouri], Sports & Recreation|Baseball|Essays & Writings, Sports & Recreation|Baseball|General, Sports & Recreation|Baseball|History, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: The St. Louis Baseball Reader is a tale of two teams: one the city's lovable losers, the other a formidable dynasty. The St. Louis Cardinals are the most successful franchise in National League history and the St. Louis Browns one of the most colorful. Now Richard Peterson has collected the writings of some of baseball's greatest storytellers to pay tribute to both these teams. His book, the first anthology devoted exclusively to the Cardinals and Browns, covers the rich history of St. Louis baseball from its late-nineteenth-century origins to the modern era. The St. Louis Baseball Reader is a celebration of the many legendary stars and colorful characters who wore St. Louis uniforms, and the writers who told their stories, including Alfred Spink, Roger Angell, George Will, and Baseball Hall of Fame writers Bob Broeg, J. Roy Stockton, Red Smith, and Fred Lieb. Here, too, are John Grisham, who grew up a Redbirds fan in Mississippi, and Jack Buck, the most identifiable voice in Cardinal history. Great players-Grover Cleveland Alexander, Rogers Hornsby, Marty Marion, and Satchel Paige-tell their own stories, while Bill Veeck offers an account of his wild ride as the last Browns owner and Whitey Herzog shares regrets about the play that cost the Cardinals the 1985 World Series. From the days of the Gas House Gang to the 1944 "Streetcar Series," from Bill Veeck's legendary stunts to Mark McGwire's pursuit of Roger Maris's home-run record, the Reader will bring back memories for every fan. It takes in all of the magic of the ballpark-whether re-counting the unhittable pitching of Bob Gibson, the slugging prowess of Stan "The Man" Musial, or the sterling glove-work of Ozzie Smith-along with reflective commentaries that tell how Jackie Robinson confronted racism and Curt Flood challenged the reserve clause. St. Louis is a city blessed with a memorable baseball history, and The St. Louis Baseball Reader perfectly captures the joy and heartbreak of its winning and losing teams. It's a book that will delight current fans of the Cardinals and old-timers who fondly recall the Browns.

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[EAN: 9780826216878], Neubuch, [PU: University of Missouri], Sports & Recreation|Baseball|Essays & Writings, Sports & Recreation|Baseball|General, Sports & Recreation|Baseball|History, Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: The St. Louis Baseball Reader is a tale of two teams: one the city's lovable losers, the other a formidable dynasty. The St. Louis Cardinals are the most successful franchise in National League history and the St. Louis Browns one of the most colorful. Now Richard Peterson has collected the writings of some of baseball's greatest storytellers to pay tribute to both these teams. His book, the first anthology devoted exclusively to the Cardinals and Browns, covers the rich history of St. Louis baseball from its late-nineteenth-century origins to the modern era. The St. Louis Baseball Reader is a celebration of the many legendary stars and colorful characters who wore St. Louis uniforms, and the writers who told their stories, including Alfred Spink, Roger Angell, George Will, and Baseball Hall of Fame writers Bob Broeg, J. Roy Stockton, Red Smith, and Fred Lieb. Here, too, are John Grisham, who grew up a Redbirds fan in Mississippi, and Jack Buck, the most identifiable voice in Cardinal history. Great players-Grover Cleveland Alexander, Rogers Hornsby, Marty Marion, and Satchel Paige-tell their own stories, while Bill Veeck offers an account of his wild ride as the last Browns owner and Whitey Herzog shares regrets about the play that cost the Cardinals the 1985 World Series. From the days of the Gas House Gang to the 1944 "Streetcar Series," from Bill Veeck's legendary stunts to Mark McGwire's pursuit of Roger Maris's home-run record, the Reader will bring back memories for every fan. It takes in all of the magic of the ballpark-whether re-counting the unhittable pitching of Bob Gibson, the slugging prowess of Stan "The Man" Musial, or the sterling glove-work of Ozzie Smith-along with reflective commentaries that tell how Jackie Robinson confronted racism and Curt Flood challenged the reserve clause. St. Louis is a city blessed with a memorable baseball history, and The St. Louis Baseball Reader perfectly captures the joy and heartbreak of its winning and losing teams. It's a book that will delight current fans of the Cardinals and old-timers who fondly recall the Browns.

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[EAN: 9780826216878], Neubuch, [PU: University of Missouri Press, United States], Sports & Recreation|Baseball|Essays & Writings, Sports & Recreation|Baseball|General, Sports & Recreation|Baseball|History, Language: English . Brand New Book. The St. Louis Baseball Reader is a tale of two teams: one the city s lovable losers, the other a formidable dynasty. The St. Louis Cardinals are the most successful franchise in National League history and the St. Louis Browns one of the most colorful. Now Richard Peterson has collected the writings of some of baseball s greatest storytellers to pay tribute to both these teams. His book, the first anthology devoted exclusively to the Cardinals and Browns, covers the rich history of St. Louis baseball from its late-nineteenth-century origins to the modern era. The St. Louis Baseball Reader is a celebration of the many legendary stars and colorful characters who wore St. Louis uniforms, and the writers who told their stories, including Alfred Spink, Roger Angell, George Will, and Baseball Hall of Fame writers Bob Broeg, J. Roy Stockton, Red Smith, and Fred Lieb. Here, too, are John Grisham, who grew up a Redbirds fan in Mississippi, and Jack Buck, the most identifiable voice in Cardinal history. Great players - Grover Cleveland Alexander, Rogers Hornsby, Marty Marion, and Satchel Paige - tell their own stories, while Bill Veeck offers an account of his wild ride as the last Browns owner and Whitey Herzog shares regrets about the play that cost the Cardinals the 1985 World Series. From the days of the Gas House Gang to the 1944 Streetcar Series, from Bill Veeck s legendary stunts to Mark McGwire s pursuit of Roger Maris s home-run record, the Reader will bring back memories for every fan. It takes in all of the magic of the ballpark - whether re-counting the unhittable pitching of Bob Gibson, the slugging prowess of Stan The Man Musial, or the sterling glove-work of Ozzie Smith - along with reflective commentaries that tell how Jackie Robinson confronted racism and Curt Flood challenged the reserve clause. St. Louis is a city blessed with a memorable baseball history, and The St. Louis Baseball Reader perfectly captures the joy and heartbreak of its winning and losing teams. It s a book that will delight current fans of the Cardinals and old-timers who fondly recall the Browns.

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University of Missouri. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 456 pages. Dimensions: 9.5in. x 6.5in. x 1.4in.The St. Louis Baseball Reader is a tale of two teams: one the citys lovable losers, the other a formidable dynasty. The St. Louis Cardinals are the most successful franchise in National League history, while the St. Louis Browns were one of the least successful, yet most colorful, American League teams. Now Richard Peterson has collected the writings of some of baseballs greatest storytellers to pay tribute to both these teams. His book, the first anthology devoted exclusively to the Cardinals and Browns, covers the rich history of St. Louis baseball from its late-nineteenth-century origins to the modern era. The St. Louis Baseball Reader is a celebration of the many legendary stars and colorful characters who wore St. Louis uniforms and the writers who told their stories, including Alfred Spink, Roger Angell, George Will, and Baseball Hall of Fame writers Bob Broeg, J. Roy Stockton, Red Smith, and Fred Lieb. Here, too, are John Grisham, who grew up a Redbirds fan in Mississippi, and Jack Buck, the most identifiable voice in Cardinal history. Great playersGrover Cleveland Alexander, Rogers Hornsby, Marty Marion, and Satchel Paigetell their own stories, while Bill Veeck offers an account of his wild ride as the last Browns owner and Whitey Herzog shares regrets about the play that cost the Cardinals the 1985 World Series. From the days of the Gas House Gang to the 1944 Streetcar Series, from Bill Veecks legendary stunts to Mark McGwires pursuit of Roger Mariss home-run record, the Reader will bring back memories for every fan. It takes in all of the magic of the ballparkwhether recounting the unhittable pitching of Bob Gibson, the slugging prowess of Stan The Man Musial, or the sterling glove-work of Ozzie Smithalong with reflective commentaries that tell how Jackie Robinson confronted racism and Curt Flood challenged the reserve clause. St. Louis is a city blessed with a memorable baseball history, and The St. Louis Baseball Reader perfectly captures the joy and heartbreak of its winning and losing teams. Its a book that will delight current fans of the Cardinals and old-timers who fondly recall the Browns. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., University of Missouri

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The St. Louis Baseball Reader
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Herausgeber: Peterson, Richard

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The St. Louis Baseball Reader

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9780826216878

Presents a tale of two teams: one the city's lovable losers, the other a formidable dynasty. This work serves as a celebration of the many legendary stars and colorful characters who wore St Louis uniforms, and the writers who told their stories, including Alfred Spink, Roger Angell, George Will, and Baseball Hall of Fame writers.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780826216878
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0826216870
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2006
Herausgeber: UNIV OF MISSOURI PR
442 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,866 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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