The Rules of Baseball: An Anecdotal Look at the Rules of Baseball and how They Came to be

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Lyons & Burford, 1994 - Sports & Recreation - 270 pages
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Fascinating in their origins, the rules of baseball provide never-ending material for the arguments, anecdotes, and great moments that make baseball the institution it is. The Rules of Baseball is required reading for anyone who wants to better understand the structure behind the game. 50 photos.

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Contents

OBJECTIVES OF THE GAME
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
GAME PRELIMINARIES
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

David Nemec is the author of "The Rules of Baseball," "The Baseball Challenge Quiz Book," and "Great Baseball Feats, Facts, and Firsts," He lives in San Francisco.
Mark Rucker is the proprietor of Transcendental Graphics in Boulder, Colorado, and is one of the country's foremost archivists of baseball photographs.

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