But Didn't We Have Fun?: An Informal History of Baseball's Pioneer Era, 1843-1870

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Ivan R. Dee, Jan 1, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 286 pages
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But Didn't We Have Fun? covers a period in the early days of baseball that even those who think they know everything about the popular American sport do not know. Peter Morris--an indefatigable researcher and brilliant chronicler, and winner of both the S

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Being an "informal history" of baseball's very early days. Morris' thesis is that historians have underestimated the fun quotient in their accounts of early baseball. His approach pays very little ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
3
Before the Knickerbockers
11
The Knickerbockers Game Becomes the New York Game
26
Copyright

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