©1990 by Roger Angell; (P)1991 by Blackstone Audiobooks
"The best baseball writer of our time." (Chicago Sunday Times)
"Angell is the clear-eyed poet laureate of baseball. His book is like a long, wonderful string of base hits by the home team." (New York Post)
Angell writes with wit and an obvious love for the game. He describes the 1968 season and World Series vividly, making the reader feel he is there! The narrator is pleasantly voiced, steady and clear. I highly recommend it for those who love baseball.
I loved these stories and have ordered the book to enjoy them again. The audio quality, however, was so uneven it was occasionally difficult to listen. Good reader, but bad sound engineer. A most unfortunate result for such great writing!
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