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The Emerald Diamond

How the Irish Transformed America's Favorite Pastime

by Charley Rosen

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From "Casey at the Bat" to Connie Mack to the Irish Sports Hall of Fame, here is the first-ever full history of the Irish people's impact on America's favorite past time, from its earliest years to its most significant milestones today. New York Times bestselling sportswriter Charlie Rosen, author of The Bullpen Diaries and More than Just a Game, delivers a one-of-a-kind instant classic perfect "for anyone who is Irish and loves baseball." In the words of Jay P. Dolan, author of The Irish Americans, "The Emerald Diamond is a must read. It is a remarkable story about the achievements of the Irish throughout the history of baseball in America."

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Publisher: HarperCollins

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  • Release date: February 28, 2012

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  • ISBN: 9780062089915
  • Release date: February 28, 2012

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  • ISBN: 9780062089915
  • File size: 1532 KB
  • Release date: February 28, 2012


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From "Casey at the Bat" to Connie Mack to the Irish Sports Hall of Fame, here is the first-ever full history of the Irish people's impact on America's favorite past time, from its earliest years to its most significant milestones today. New York Times bestselling sportswriter Charlie Rosen, author of The Bullpen Diaries and More than Just a Game, delivers a one-of-a-kind instant classic perfect "for anyone who is Irish and loves baseball." In the words of Jay P. Dolan, author of The Irish Americans, "The Emerald Diamond is a must read. It is a remarkable story about the achievements of the Irish throughout the history of baseball in America."

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