by Joe Garagiola and Yogi Berra
Hardcover, 243 pages, Natl Book Network, List Price: $21.95 |
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September 25, 2008 Baseball wasn't always this way — blighted by steroids and drug use, weighed down by statistics and science. Legendary sportscaster Joe Garagiola argues that baseball is really about memories and people, and wants to prove that real baseball is still alive and growing.
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