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A History Of The Baseball. has been added to your Cart. A member of SABR for over 25 years and a contributor to SABR publications, Fred Stein is also the author of And the Skipper Bats Cleanup (2002) and Mel Ott: The Little Giant of Baseball (1999). He now lives in Springfield, Virginia.

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The history of baseball can be broken down into various aspects: by era, by locale, by organizational-type, game evolution, well as by political and cultural influence. Baseball evolved from older bat-and-ball games already being played in England by the mid-18th century. This game was brought by immigrants to North America, where the modern version developed. By the late 19th century, baseball was widely recognized as the national sport of the United States

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From the genesis of baseball in the 1840s, when so-called "kranks" cheered the teams of their choice, fans have been an ever-present component of the sport.

He wrote written three books on the Giants and contributed articles to USA Today Baseball Weekly and the SABR publications

He wrote written three books on the Giants and contributed articles to USA Today Baseball Weekly and the SABR publications. A native New Yorker, he lived in Springfield, Virginia.

Despite the US dominance in Baseball, the game was not in fact invented in North America, and owes it. .

Despite the US dominance in Baseball, the game was not in fact invented in North America, and owes it origins to medieval games that also developed into cricket, the bat and ball game that is generally more popular outside North America, Japan, and Cuba, and a small number of other countries. In the history of baseball some great players have inspired fans and players alike and have become celebrities from their humble beginnings, many of them transcending sport and gaining immortality in songs, movies, even in politics. Players like Babe Ruth, Joe Di Maggio, Lou Gehrig, or Mickey Mantle lending their names.

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From the genesis of baseball in the 1840s, when so-called “kranks” cheered the teams of their choice, fans have been an ever-present component of the sport. As the number of fans has increased over the years, their influence has increased proportionally. Following the evolution of the game and its fans over more than a century, this book examines the role fans have played in the formation of modern baseball and the part the sport has played in the lives of its devotees. How have fans influenced, reacted to, or been affected by baseball’s changes through history? How do fans determine player popularity? Are there famous fans—and how do they manifest that interest? How has the evolution of baseball in the media, including newspapers, radio, and television, affected the fan base? The answers to these questions and more give a lively feel to this baseball history from a fan’s perspective. The final chapter sums up the fan’s importance to the sport of baseball.
A History Of The Baseball Fan download epub
Baseball
Author: Fred Stein
ISBN: 0786421487
Category: Sports & Outdoors
Subcategory: Baseball
Language: English
Publisher: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers (June 23, 2005)
Pages: 236 pages