Epstein takes readers on a funky ride through baseball and America in the swinging '70s in this wild pop-culture history of baseball's most colorful ...Show synopsisEpstein takes readers on a funky ride through baseball and America in the swinging '70s in this wild pop-culture history of baseball's most colorful and controversial decade. Includes 8-page photo insert.Hide synopsis
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The author writes about discovering baseball in the 1970's (the age of "big hair and plastic grass" - while the hair might get big again, let's hope we're past the age of astroturf...
My first baseball memory in person was Davey Lopes hitting a leadoff homerun against the Padres. I can even remember ...
In Mr. Epstein's discussion of the controversial call concerning the collision between pinchhitter Ed Armbrister and Carlton Fisk, he leaves the reader with the impression that the Red Sox were somehow cheated out of a win in that game. Bill Lee's final comment about wanting to bite of homeplate ...
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