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One of the nation’s most acclaimed sports writers takes us back to the early days of baseball. It was a time when the rules of the game were changing and baseball was on its way to becoming the national past time.
- Frank Deford senior contributing writer to Sports Illustrated, is a weekly commentator for NPR's Morning Edition and author of 15 books.
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