1939

Baseball's Tipping Point

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Talmage Boston
Foreword by John Grisham
Hardcover
46 black & white photographs

Baseball, in all its rich and glorious past, never had a year of greater significance. Baseball’s centennial year—1939—was the game’s tipping point when certain seemingly unrelated events were the catalyst to change on multiple fronts and transformed the game. 1939 tells the story of five baseball giants, true American heroes: Gehrig, DiMaggio, Williams, Feller and Paige.

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Talmage Boston, “baseballphiliac,” is a Texas Monthly 2004 “super-lawyer,” who has authored articles for The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives–Sports Figures, prepared essays for the Nolan Ryan Center, Alvin, Texas; written columns and book reviews for Elysian Fields Quarterly, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and the Dallas Morning News; and has lectured at Princeton University.

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Weight 1.75 lbs

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