Baseball has changed in many ways since the first recorded game in 1846: Overhand pitching. Night games. Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier. Free agency. But the battle of wits, skill, and strength between pitcher and batter remains one of the most dramatic in all of sports....
|Title||:||The Story Of Baseball|
|Number of Pages||:||398 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Story Of Baseball Reviews
I just loved this concise book on baseball. You get to meet the stars of yesteryear and hear very interesting stories!
this book is right up my ally i like it for two reasons. one baseball and two it is good to learn about it even more
The version of the book I read was originally published in 1983 and had a different cover than the one showed here (mine had Jim Gantner and Ken Oberkfell from the 1982 World Series)Ritter does a good job of writing an introductory book for young readers. Relying on snippets from "The Glory of their Times" these remembrances offer depth to the early part of the 20th century baseballThe first half of the book is a chronological history of the game, the second an explanation of positions, strategy and terms. A nice collectible and excellent for young readers