Relive the crushing 1919 Black Sox scandal, from the perspective of a disconsolate fan. Experience the frenzied excitement of Enos Slaughter's mad dash home in Game 7 of the 1946 World Series, as seen by the players involved. Listen in as Pete Hamill recalls the ecstasy of the Brooklyn Dodgers' long-awaited 1955 crown, and as Stephen King describes his own Series memories. Splendidly illustrated with thrilling action shots and Series ephemera, World Series: An Opinionated Chronicle captures the tension and catharsis, agony and joy, of events that come alive once again in this vivid retelling.
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Author and editor of several baseball books (including The Autobiography of Baseball and The Baseball Anthology), Wallace here offers his personal fan's notes on the baseball century.| Read Full Review of World Series: An Opinionated ...