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Perfect Game: America Looks at Baseball
Elizabeth V. Warren (au); Margaret S. Smeal (au); Roger Angell (in)
In baseball, a perfect game occurs when a pitcher and his teammates allow no base runners and commit no errors during a complete game. Witnessing what could become a perfect outing evokes a delicious tension, as well as extensive commentary filled with statistics and projections. This book accompanied an exhibition at the Amer. Folk Art Museum in NYC, is a gathering of baseball art and ephemera celebrating more than 150 years of baseball’s -- and America’s -- past. Provides an idiosyncratic look at the rich and varied aspects of baseball’s history, incl. baseball teams and ballparks of yesteryear, how equipment has changed, the “women’s game’ and the “children’s game,” and baseball as an international sport. Over 160 full-color illustrations.
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