Dodgers vs. Yankees: The Long-Standing Rivalry Between Two of Baseball's Greatest Teams

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Price
$24.99  $22.99
Publisher
Sports Publishing LLC
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Pages
288
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.7 X 1.3 inches | 1.05 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781683583141
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About the Author

Michael Schiavone is the author of The Dodgers: 60 Years in Los Angeles. His other books include Sports and Labor in the United States, which was long listed for the 2016 PEN/ESPN Award for Literary Sports Writing, Unions in Crisis? The Future of Organized Labor in America, and Austerity and the Labor Movement. He has a bachelor's degree in International Relations from Flinders University and a PhD from the Australian National University.

Reviews

Praise for Michael Schiavone's Dodgers: 60 Years in Los Angeles

"Schiavone writes with a historian's eye for detail and a fan's eye for the dramatic. The Dodgers: 60 Years in Los Angeles is a must-read for not only Dodger fans but for anyone interested in how America's pastime went national."
--Molly Knight, New York Times bestselling author of The Best Team Money Can Buy

"This is an essential read for any fans of this proud MLB franchise."
--Keith Law, senior baseball writer for ESPN and author of Smart Baseball

"Every season is covered in detail, making it the most comprehensive history of the Los Angeles Dodgers on the market. Whether you are a fan from the Brooklyn days or you're new to Dodger baseball altogether, you will enjoy the often surprising recounts of the early days of LA Dodger baseball as well as the more recent trials and tribulations of the Boys in Blue."
--Stacie Wheeler, Dodgers Digest

Named among top "12 Titles for the New Baseball Season"
--Newsday magazine

"The Dodgers: 60 Years in Los Angeles is a volume worthy of your attention, both for refreshing your memory on Dodgers history and for learning some new things about the team."
--David Young, TrueBlueLA