Field of Our Fathers by Richard A. Johnson
An Illustrated History of Fenway Park 1912-2012

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The definitive, illustrated history of Fenway Park, this comprehensive volume captures the momentous occasions of America's most beloved ballpark. Featuring posters, ticket stubs, and fan memorabilia, this history contains firsthand accounts of the many baseball and nonbaseball events that have helped characterize the park since the days of Tris Speaker and Babe Ruth. The book celebrates the teams, the fans, and the quirks of Fenway Park for its centennial in 2012.


About Richard A. Johnson

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Richard A. Johnson serves as the curator of the Sports Museum at the Fleet Center. He has authored and edited numerous books on a variety of sports topics, including Boston Braves and Boston Garden.
Published November 1, 2011 by Triumph Books. 320 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Travel. Non-fiction

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One of Boston's foremost sports historians, Johnson (A Century of Boston Sports) steps to the plate with this collection of photographs, fan memorabilia, vintage newspaper articles, and original essays by Boston-based writers to present the century-long history of America's oldest still-in-use ba...

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