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Underground double play - The American Dream of Tomato baseball club - The true story of the little unwitting baseball heroes from an underground parking ... Sanremo late seventies to Major League

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Those who play baseball are, in my opinion, in some ways special persons. Baseball isn't just any sport, it doesn't just form real athletes. Baseball forms particular men. Like Giovanni Tommasini. A baseball player and today a writer. He passed through that field with a particular shape called a diamond. No one in Italy ever wrote about the baseball the way he did. From th ...more
Kindle Edition, 98 pages
Published September 4th 2015 by Giovanni Tommasini
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Oct 03, 2016 rated it did not like it
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Remembering that this book is written by a writer who is an English as a second language writer it is hard to follow. There is no flow from one topic to another. Also not knowing the area where this all took place is frustrating. I didn't understand the class levels of the league they moved through, or the ages of these leagues. I was hoping to have a followup of what happened to the fifteen players and what they accomplished in later life. I did enjoy the part of Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn, it br ...more
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