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Baseball America

About The Book

From Simon & Schuster comes Donald Honig's Baseball America where he shares the stories of the heroes of the beloved game of baseball and the times of their glory.

The New York Times sports columnist, Ira Berkow, describes Baseball America as "part history, part biography, part drama, and a complete pleasure."

About The Author

Donald Honig is a novelist, historian, and editor known most for his baseball writing. He has written over forty books on baseball including Baseball When the Grass Was Real and Baseball Between the Lines. Don lives and writes in Cromwell, Connecticut, near his daughter Cathy and her family.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Touchstone (February 25, 2001)
  • Length: 342 pages
  • ISBN13: 9780743222754

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