Yankee Stadium

Yankee Stadium➽ [Download] ✤ Yankee Stadium By Ray Robinson ➲ – Oaklandjobs.co.uk Yankee Stadium, published on the occasion of its seventy fifth anniversary, is both a chronicle of a national temple of sport and New York institution and a hometown history of the New York Yankees Th Yankee Stadium, published on the occasion of its seventy fifth anniversary, is both a chronicle of a national temple of sport and New York institution and a hometown history of the New York Yankees This book brims with colorful characters from on and off the field the owners, the managers, and the players among them some of the century s greatest sports heroes, men who were truly legends in their own time Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Casey Stengel, Joe DiMaggio, Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle, and many others In the course of covering the great pennant races and World Series championships, the book also tells of the epic rivalry between the West Point cadets and Knute Rockne s Notre Dame that was played out annually on a Yankee Stadium gridiron, of championship boxing matches, including Joe Louis s epic defeat of Max Schmeling, and of Billy Graham s revival meetings and of papal masses But above all the book tells the story of the Yankees and their fabled exploits all against the backdrop and din of a great metropolis And for three quarters of a century the succeeding seasons of baseball have been touched with a reverie of timeless, long ago summer afternoons. Nice coffee table book, about 180 pages Some great pics surrounded by a bit of text A good book to reminisce with and page through during a game. A good introduction to the history of Yankee Stadium which ends rather abruptly after the 1997 season.

Yankee Stadium eBook ¼ Hardcover
    Yankee Stadium eBook ¼ Hardcover and the players among them some of the century s greatest sports heroes, men who were truly legends in their own time Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Casey Stengel, Joe DiMaggio, Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle, and many others In the course of covering the great pennant races and World Series championships, the book also tells of the epic rivalry between the West Point cadets and Knute Rockne s Notre Dame that was played out annually on a Yankee Stadium gridiron, of championship boxing matches, including Joe Louis s epic defeat of Max Schmeling, and of Billy Graham s revival meetings and of papal masses But above all the book tells the story of the Yankees and their fabled exploits all against the backdrop and din of a great metropolis And for three quarters of a century the succeeding seasons of baseball have been touched with a reverie of timeless, long ago summer afternoons. Nice coffee table book, about 180 pages Some great pics surrounded by a bit of text A good book to reminisce with and page through during a game. A good introduction to the history of Yankee Stadium which ends rather abruptly after the 1997 season. "/>
  • Hardcover
  • Yankee Stadium
  • Ray Robinson
  • English
  • 16 November 2018
  • 0670870935