Fenway 1912 : the birth of a ballpark, a championship season, and Fenway's remarkable first year / Glenn Stout.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Text to Phone||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Northampton Forbes Library||VKB3Z.St76f 2011||(Text)||30596000508805||A&M Stack||Available||-|
|General Note:|| Includes index.
|Bibliography, etc.:|| Includes bibliographical references (p. -354) and index.
|Formatted Contents:|| 1911 -- Hot stove -- Hot Springs -- Opening days -- The Wall and the Cliff -- Home stand -- The big trip -- Home safe -- Heavyweights -- Giants on the horizon -- The gathering of the clans -- Home sweet home -- Giant killers -- Last stand at Fenway Park -- Boston Red Sox 1912 statistics.
|Summary or Annotation:|| For all that has been written in tribute to the great Fenway Park, no one has ever really told the behind-the-scenes true story of its birth, construction, and tumultuous yet glorious first season, 1912. While the paint was still drying and the infield still turning green, the Red Sox embarked on an unlikely season that would culminate in a World Series battle against John McGraw's mighty Giants that stands as one of the greatest ever played. Fenway Park made all the difference, helping to turn an average team into the greatest in Red Sox history.
|Awards:|| Massachusetts Book Awards Must-Read Book, 2012.
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