Invincible Summer by Dave D'Antonio
Traveling America in Search of Yesterday's Baseball Greats

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Author Dave D'Antonio recounts his cross-country trek which brought him through 43 states and across more than 25,000 miles to the grave sites of baseball legends. Invincible Summer captures the spirit of the small towns and big cities through which D'Antonio traveled during his five month odyssey. This unique mix of baseball and travelogue is offbeat and hilarious, poignant and engaging, and most of all, a riveting read.

About Dave D'Antonio

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Dave D'Antonio is a graduate of the University of Redlands. Currently teaches American History and coaches wrestling at Bancroft Middle School in San Leandro, CA.
Published July 1, 1997 by Taylor Trade Publishing. 224 pages
Genres: History, Education & Reference, Sports & Outdoors, Travel. Non-fiction

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An intriguing premise: a junior high school American history teacher--and a baseball devotee turned off by the greediness of the current pro game--sets off on a journey in the spring of 1995 to visit the graves of every member of baseball's Hall of Fame.

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