by Peter Morris
Hardcover, 286 pages, Natl Book Network, List Price: $27.50 |
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The author of A Game of Inches weaves together a tableau of long-forgotten primary documents to take a fresh look at the early amateur years of baseball and the sense of joy that once pervaded its players.
March 21, 2008 In But Didn't We Have Fun?, author Peter Morris explores America's pastime even before it was America's pastime — and long before the days of big clubs, big stadiums and big crowds. He looks at how baseball evolved in the fields across America.
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