This is the untold tale of the Yankees' break-out 1923 season: when they first played on their own field, when Babe Ruth broke out of his slump, and when the Bronx Bombers finally won their first world series against their cross-town rivals the New York Giants. Centered on the blood feud between John McGraw's Giants and Babe Ruth's Yankees, and filled with incredible stories of New York and baseball in what were arguably their greatest eras, it vividly illuminates how the Yankees transcended their earlier losses to become the heroic team New Yorkers know and love.
©2011 Robert Weintraub (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
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