Is baseball still a game of the people? Join Ray Suarez for a discussion of the golden age of baseball with guests who remember "the game that was. That's the title of a new book featuring the black and white photographs of George Brace, who captured players and fans through his camera for over 60 years. But in these days of strikes, sky-high salaries and prima-donna players, has the national pastime become just another commodity? The love of the game versus the hype, on the next Talk of the Nation. Guests: Paul White Editor, USA Today's Baseball Weekly Kansas City, MO Listeners call in



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