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Real Grass, Real Heroes #2020

Real Grass, Real Heroes By Dom Dimaggio Bill Gilbert Real Grass Real Heroes Against the backdrop of the growing storm clouds of World War II the baseball season was remarkable both for its players and events and for its significance as the end of an era Written by Joe D
  • Title: Real Grass, Real Heroes
  • Author: Dom Dimaggio Bill Gilbert
  • ISBN: 9780821734094
  • Page: 432
  • Format: Paperback
  • Real Grass, Real Heroes By Dom Dimaggio Bill Gilbert Against the backdrop of the growing storm clouds of World War II, the 1941 baseball season was remarkable both for its players and events and for its significance as the end of an era Written by Joe DiMaggio s brother.
    Real Grass, Real Heroes By Dom Dimaggio Bill Gilbert
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    1. One of the books that first got me into reading when I was a teenager Wonderful I remember feeling like I could smell the grass and pine tar I just wanted to stay in my room all day and read.


    2. One of the best baseball books I ve come across, by a guy who got the shaft from the Hall of Fame solely because his brother was Joltin Joe DiMaggio take as an argument that, during the 10 seasons Dom played, NO ONE in the majors had hits than himt Joe, not Ted Williams, no one Dom DiMaggio, Joe s younger brother and the guy who hit before Ted Williams in the Red Sox lineup for 10 seasons, recalls his personal experiences from the summer of 41, an historic year for baseball, when Joe D hit in 5 [...]


    3. Dom DiMaggio was known as the little professor because of the way he looked in glasses This book shows his writing skills merit that sobriquet Ted Williams notes in the introduction that DiMaggio could have taken the easy route of writing an autobiography Instead, he looks at a particular point in the history of baseball that might have been the pinnacle of that era And, he puts it in the context of everything else that was going on in America and the world in 1941 Here are some of the things th [...]


    4. Better Than Summer Of 49 Almost As Good As THE GLORY OF THEIR TIMES As a long line of male loved ones will attest, I can t keep awake for than an inning or two of baseball in real life, whether on TV or at the park but I genuinely love reading about the game Dominic DiMaggio tells the story of the golden age of baseball with the insights of an insider and still captures the golden warmth of nostalgia at the same time Dominic DiMaggio was a quiet, thoughtful man, never one to brag about his own [...]



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