Echoes of Cincinnati Reds Baseball PDF ePub eBook

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Echoes of Cincinnati Reds Baseball free pdf Since Cincinnati gave birth to professional baseball in 1869, the city has sustained a long, wonderful affair with its beloved Reds. To the Cincinnati faithful, the Reds are baseball--baseball is Cincinnati's game. Great teams, Hall of Fame players, and a lasting tradition of winning do not explain everything about the Reds and the hold the franchise has on its fans. There is a passion for baseball in Cincinnati that's nearly unrivaled, an unequalled feel for the game that only exists in the Queen City. Echoes of Cincinnati Reds Baseball unearths the greatest stories ever written about one of the most storied teams in Major League Baseball history. It brings back to life the most memorable moments in Reds' history and the people who lived them. Much more than a scrapbook of the Reds' finest moments, Echoes of Cincinnati Reds Baseball is also a look at sportswriting over the past decades and a look at how the games, players, coaches, and winning tradition of Cincinnati baseball have been recorded over time.

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Triumph Books is a leader in quality and innovation in sports publishing. In 2000, Triumph Books launched Triumph Books Entertainment, a specialty pop culture and current events imprint.

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Author : Mark Stallard
Publisher : Triumph Books (IL)
Data Published : 01 April 2007
ISBN : 1572439467
EAN : 9781572439467
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 180 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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