More than 150 years ago, no one could have imagined how playing with a bat, ball and glove on a diamond-shaped field would ultimately emerge as America’s favorite pastime – Major League Baseball.
Before TV and the internet – and long before the popularization of professional basketball, football and hockey – American athletes and sports fans “passed their time away” watching or playing baseball.
Since its first formal game in Hoboken, NJ back in 1863, baseball quickly evolved into family friendly sports entertainment.
Since then, Major League Baseball has enraptured fans for decades.
From Spring Training to the dog days of summer and into the Fall Classic, Americans love their favorite pastime.
Because of this beloved sport, baseball historians, collectors, fans and trivia buffs have flourished in the past century and will find themselves attracted to this informative, light-hearted book.
In my second edition of FREE Baseball Comics, you’ll discover inventive images and brief commentaries about some of baseball’s most iconic players, teams and clichéd expressions.
You’ll applaud the success of MLB’s best team ever (the 1927 NY Yankees) and marvel at baseball’s most surprising champion (the 1906 Chicago Cubs).
You’ll read about baseball’s Big Red Machine, Big Unit and Big Hurt.
In addition, you’ll see featured favorite former baseball luminaries: Babe Ruth, Henry Aaron, Yogi Berra, Pete Rose, Brooks Robinson and Reggie Jackson.
In addition to legends, this book’s clever comics capture current MLB stars Derek Jeter and Joey Votto.
Plus, you’ll learn about two true baseball heroes, Three Finger Brown and Jackie Robinson, as well as an MLB all-star who also excelled as an NFL running back.
This FREE book will take you to the Boston’s landmark Green Monster and transport you high above the playing field to Pigeon Heaven.
This book brings to life some of the sport’s most colorful terms, like pinch hitters, pitchers dueling and napping runners.
Enjoy the read. It’s entertaining and, better yet, it’s FREE.
Just click on the large purple cover above and safely download this book.
Just don’t forget that this book won’t end until every baseball fan’s most beloved gal – The Fat Lady – belts out a few final bars.
Straight talk. No static.
MIKE – thee ultimate talking head on sports!