The Players and Fans Remember...Fine and bright glossy stiff wraps with excellent square spine and crisp bright text throughout. Attractive all around and nicely illustrated with black and white photographs and portraits.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Hardcover. 464 pages including index. Illustrated with b&w Photographs. The dust jacket is in great condition with minor signs of wear. The front endpages have a cut otherwise great copy.
Publishers Weekly, 1992-01-01 The Boston Red Sox baseball team and its home, Fenway Park, attract writers the way the Le Brea tar pits attracted saber-toothed tigers. Golenbock offers an addition to the rich catalogue of writings. But like his Personal Fouls , which caused a commotion in the college basketball world and resulted in the removal of North Carolina State's head basketball coach Jim Valvano, the book is diminished by listless writing and questionable sources. For example, Golenbock relies on material about the turn-of-the-century team as reported by the Boston Globe , which had a financial relationship with the BoSox. Also, he accepts as gospel memories of fans whom he interviewed. Nonetheless, the book contains many anecdotes that will be appreciated by baseball fans. (Feb.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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