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Read online The Boys of Summer (Aurum Sports Classics).pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC The Boys of Summer (Aurum Sports Classics) This is a book about young men who learned to play baseball during the s and s and then went on to play for one of the most exciting major league ball clubs ever fielded the team that broke the color barrier with Jackie Robinson It is a book by and about a sportswriter who grew up near Ebbets Field and who had the good fortune in the s to cover the Dodgers for the Herald Tribune This is a book about what happened to Jackie Carl Erskine Pee Wee Reese and the others when their glory days were behind them In short it is a book about America about fathers and sons prejudice and courage triumph and disaster and told with warmth humor wit candor and love by Roger Kahn

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The Boys of Summer (Aurum Sports Classics)
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A Flame of Pure Fire: Jack Dempsey and the Roaring '20s, Memories of Summer: When Baseball Was an Art, and Writing about It a Game, The Head Game: Baseball Seen from the Pitcher's Mound, A Season in the Sun, Rickey & Robinson: The True, Untold Story of the Integration of Baseball, The Era, 1947-1957: When the Yankees, the Giants, and the Dodgers Ruled the World, The Boys of Summer, Good Enough to Dream, Joe and Marilyn, October Men: Reggie Jackson, George Steinbrenner, Billy Martin, and the Yankees' Miraculous Finish in 1978
Jack Dempsey was perfectly suited to the time in which he fought the time when the United States first felt the throb of its own overwhelming power For eight years and two months after World War I Dempsey with his fierce good looks and matchless dedication to the kill was heavyweight champion of the world i A Flame of Pure Fire i is the extraordinary story of a man and a country growing to maturity in a blaze of strength and exuberance that nearly burned them to ash Hobo roughneck fighter lover millionaire movie star and finally a gentleman of rare generosity and sincerity Dempsey embodied an America grappling with the confusing demands of preeminence Dempsey lived a life that touched every part of the American experience in the first half of the twentieth century Roger Kahn one of our preeminent writers about the human side of sport has found in Dempsey a subject that matches his own manifold talents A friend of Dempsey s and an insightful observer of the ways in which sport can measure a society s evolution Kahn reaches a new and exciting stage in his acclaimed career with this book In the story of a man John Lardner called a flame of pure fire at last a hero Roger Kahn finds the heart of America, No description available, In Roger Kahn spent an entire baseball season from spring training through the World Series with players of every stripe and competence The result is this book in which Kahn reports on a small college team s successes and hopes a young New England ball club a failing major league franchise and a group of heroes on the national stage, Celebrated sports writer Roger Kahn casts his gaze on the golden age of baseball an unforgettable time when the game thrived as America s unrivaled national sport i The Era i begins in with Jackie Robinson changing major league baseball forever by taking the field for the Dodgers Dazzling momentous events characterize the decade that followed Robinson s amazing accomplishments the explosion on the national scene of such soon to be legends as Mickey Mantle Willie Mays Bobby Thomson Duke Snider and Yogi Berra Casey Stengel s crafty managing the emergence of televised games and the stunning success of the Yankees as they play in nine out of eleven World Series i The Era i concludes with the relocation of the Dodgers from Brooklyn to Los Angeles a move that shook the sport to its very roots