Baseball in the National League Central Division
Like their American league counterparts, the teams in the National League Central division have benefited greatly from the 1994 realignment that brought regional rivalries to a new level. In this book, you get a close-up view of what makes these teams and this division so exciting. If you want to learn more about the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Houston Astros, Milwaukee Brewers, and Pittsburgh Pirates, this is the place.
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History of the NL Central CHAPTER TWO
The Players CHAPTER THREE
Memorable Games CHAPTER FOUR
Ballparks and Traditions
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