If you are a baseball junkie, this program is for you. Producers Moira Rankin and Dan Collison explore the baseball fan's addiction to the game as they follow two die-hard enthusiasts to see how they endure the off-season in anticipation of the spring.
The Last Out was produced by Dan Collison and Moira Rankin. Special thanks to ESPN, CBS, WBAL, Tim Eyerman, the Baltimore Orioles, and everyone else in Major League Baseball. It Breaks Your Heart was written by Bart Giamatti and read by Alex Chadwick. That November Feeling was written by Donald Hall and read by Lynn Neary.
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2007 Standard Catalog Of Baseball Cards
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The Echoing Green: The Untold Story of Bobby Thomson, Ralph Branca, and the Shot Heard Round the World
by: Joshua Prager 2006
Every baseball fan knows the story: October 3, 1951; the third and decisive playoff game between the archrival New York Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers, at the Polo Grounds. In the bottom of ninth, three runs down, the Giants stage an astonishing comeback. With a run in, one out, and two men on, Giant outfielder Bobby Thomson strokes an high, inside high fastball into the left-field stands. If you think that's the whole story, think again. Joshua Prager's recap of the Giants' race for the 1951 pennant is replete with surprises, suspense, and one spy-worthy secret.