Baseball without borders the international pastime george gmelch on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers a televised baseball game from puerto rico japan or even cuba might look a lot like the north american game beneath the outward similarities. George gmelch is roger thayer stone professor of anthropology at union college in schenectady new york he is the author of nine books including inside pitch life inside professional baseball and in the ballpark the working lives of baseball people both available in bison books editionsfor three seasons in the 1960s gmelch played in the minor leagues he has also played professionally . Baseball without borders book read 2 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers start by marking baseball without borders the international pastime as want to read want to read saving george gmelch editor dan gordon goodreads author 306 rating details 17 ratings 2 reviews. Baseball without borders the international pastime edited by george gmelch 326 pages illus paperback november 2006 these differences are what interest the authors of baseball without borders a book about americas national pastime going global and undergoing instructive entertaining and sometimes curious changes in the process the . Baseball beyond our borders celebrates the globalization of the game while highlighting the different histories and cultures of the nations in which the sport is played this collection of essays tells the story of americas national pastime as it has spread across the world and undergone instructive entertaining and sometimes quirky changes in the process
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