You will be hard pressed to find a better start to finish history of the Brooklyn Dodgers that also goes back beyond that franchise’s nascent beginnings. Goldstein begins with the flourishing of the not-yet national pastime in the CITY (not borough) of Brooklyn. The Atlantics, the Eckfords, the Excelsiors, the Mutuals and more competed in the city’s parks.
Books Movies Music Classical All Products Sellers. by Richard Goldstein. In a beautifully illustrated chronicle, Goldstein re-creates the heyday of America's quintessential baseball town-a zany, colorful century of larger-than-life characters and classic episodes. 100 black-and-white photos.
You will be hard pressed to find a better start to finish history of the Brooklyn Dodgers that also goes back beyond that franchise's nascent beginnings. One person found this helpful.
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Goldstein's five sports books include four on baseball. Goldstein collaborated with former New York Yankees infielder and broadcaster Jerry Coleman on Coleman's autobiography (An American Journey). Goldstein broadened his range in 1994 when he wrote about D-Day, 50 years after it occurred. You be the Umpire! (1993).
by Richard Goldstein. Traces the history of Brooklyn's baseball teams, including the Dodgers, Atlantics, Eckfords, Excelsiors, Tiptops, Royal Giants, and Eagles. Spartan Seasons: How Baseball Survived the Second World War (1980).
Actually, 104 years of Brooklyn baseball, from the Jolly Young .
You Be the Umpire: The Baseball Controversy Quiz Book.
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