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BASEBALL

by | Read by Ken Burns

Contemporary Culture • 3.6 hrs. • Audio Program • © 1994

As you'd expect in a history of baseball, all the legends are here. So is the story of the game's growth from the Elysian Fields of New Jersey to the multi-million dollar entertainment it is today. But Ward and Burns do more than chronicle the exploits of heroes. They examine "America's pastime" in the context of our history, showing a relationship between the game and events, trends, and customs that shaped our country. The one disappointment in this production is its reader. Burns has a high voice, which doesn't modulate enough to reflect context. This lack of variety makes everything sound crucial. P.B.J. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: APR 95]

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Formats

Retail pak • Random House Audio • 1994

CS ISBN 067943514X $22.50 • Four cassettes

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