This detailed, authoritative account of one of the most important seasons in baseball history chronicles the day when, in 1947, Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier and played first base for the Dodgers. "Opening Day" is being published on that 60th anniversary of the game.This detailed, authoritative account of one of the most important seasons in baseball history chronicles the day when, in 1947, Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier and played first base for the Dodgers. "Opening Day" is being published on that 60th anniversary of the game.Read Less
Fine in fine dust jacket. Signed by author. Sewn binding. Boards. 323 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General Collectors A signed copy by author Mr EIG on title page (No inscriptions)+ 323 pgs clean & unmarked+ Indx'd+ Notes+ Epilogue+Photos--#'d10 to 2 on verso+ Boards & Jacket W/ price uncut @ $26.00, Both MINT condition++ Not remaind'd Not a Library Copy+ No Bookplates+ A solid bound signed copy for the baseball collectors>> Many thanks. --. From a Myrtle Av. Brooklyn boy. --. Mel
Fine in Fine jacket. 0743294602 SIGNED First American edition, first printing! Published by Simon & Schuster in 2007. Signed by the author on the inside title page. Virtually no wear to the jacket! ! Jacket is NOT price clipped. The covers are clean and bright, edges are sharp. Small nick to the top of the spine. The book itself is in Near Fine condition. Pages are clean and white. Binding is straight and tight. No remainder mark.; Signed By Author.; Signed by Author.
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