BASEBALL AND CRICKET: The Creation of American Team Sports, 1838-72
In a compelling narrative history, Kirsch illuminates how and why Americans chose baseball over its early rival, cricket, as the national pastime. He ventures back to amateur playing fields around the country, placing the two rising sports within the social context of mid-19th century America.
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