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Football in Baltimore is a tour of one of the world's premier collections of Baltimore sports memorabilia—highlighting memorable games and players and exploring a pop culture that surrounded and has survived them. Patterson moved to Baltimore in what turned out to be the final decade of the Baltimore Colts and has amassed a remarkable collection of items that both collecto

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Kindle Edition, 336 pages
Published October 15th 2013 by JHUP
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Gary E
Aug 17, 2015 Gary E rated it liked it
Good but not great book

I am from Maryland and I have lived here for all but the first 5 years of my life. However I grew up a lot closer to DC than Baltimore so football for me has always meant the Redskins. I picked up this book due to my interest in pro football in this area . . . that part of the book was great! But the early part of the book dealing with the college and high school was painful to read. Quite frankly it read like it had been written by about 5 different authors and cobbled to
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“A local director had teamed up with ESPN to tell a story about the Baltimore Colts Marching Band, and the film came out in October of 2009. The 30 for 30 documentary entitled The Band That Wouldn’t Die was about how the band stayed in existence for 12 years after the team’s painful midnight exodus to Indianapolis and how they eventually became the Marching Ravens.” 0 likes
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