We played the game: 65 players remember baseball's greatest era, 1947-1964

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Danny Peary
Hyperion, Apr 7, 1994 - Sports & Recreation - 643 pages
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A compilation of firsthand reminiscences, by such legendary players as Roger Maris, Jackie Robinson, Yogi Berra, and Mickey Mantle, sheds new light on one of baseball's most important and distinguished eras.

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Danny Peary is a sports and pop culture historian who has published twenty books. His movie, television, music, and sports articles and interviews have appeared in such publications as "FilmInk", "Movieline", "Satellite" "Direct", "OnDirect TV", "TV Guide", "TV Guide-Canada", "Cosmopolitan", "The New York Times", "The Daily News", "The Boston Globe", "Sports Collectors Digest", "The Soho News", "The Philadelphia Bulletin", "Films in Focus", "Films and Filming", "Slant", "L.A. Panorama", "Memories and Dreams", "The East Hampton Independent", and "Country Weekly". He is the New York correspondent for the Australian magazine "FilmInk" and a contributing editor for brink.com He lives in New York City and Sag Harbor, New York.

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