A succinct history of baseball, newly revised and updated. In this third edition of his lively history of America's game, widely recognized as the best of its kind, Benjamin G. Rader expands his scope, covering record crowds and record income, construction of new ballparks, a change in the strike zone, a surge in recruiting Japanese players, and an emerging cadre of explosive long-ball hitters.
The book is published by The University of Illinois Press.
What did you love best about Baseball?
It was very easy to listen to it.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Baseball?
Don't want to give anything away, but ties to history were very interested.
What about Joe Barrett’s performance did you like?
It was a great performance with good tone.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
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