Monday, September 28, 2009

Mark Your Calendar

Fenway West will be interviewing Mike Vaccaro, columist for the N.Y. Post and author of The First Fall Classic -The Red Sox, the Giants and the Cast of Players, Pugs, and Politicos Who Re-Invented the World Series in 1912.  The interview will take place on Oct. 6th (the day the book comes out) at 12:30 Eastern/9:30 Pacific on Blog Talk Radio so feel free to call in.  Below is more information from the publisher:

In October of 1912, seven years before gambling nearly destroyed the sport, the world of baseball got lucky. It would get two teams-the Boston Red Sox and the New York Giants, winners of a combined 208 games during the regular season-who may well have been the two finest ball clubs ever assembled to that point. Most importantly, during the course of eight games spanning nine days in that marvelous baseball autumn, they would elevate the World Series from a regional October novelty to a national obsession. The games would fight for space on the front pages of the nation's newspapers, battling both an assassin's bullet and the most sensational trial of the young century, with the Series often carrying the day and earning the “wood.”

In The First Fall Classic, veteran sports journalist and author Mike Vaccaro brings to life a bygone era in cinematic and intimate detail-and gives fans a wonderful page-turner that re-creates the magic and suspense of the world's first great series.
 

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