[Inning Four], A National Heirloom

DVD - 2005
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The early twenties see baseball transformed into a game of power hitters. None was more important to baseball and American life than Babe Ruth, the turbulent son of a Baltimore saloon keeper. In 1921, radio station KDKA in Pittsburgh broadcasts the first major league game. Pitcher Andrew "Rube" Foster forms the Negro National League, whose eight teams, by 1923, draw over 400,000 black fans
Publisher: [Alexandria, Va.] : PBS Video, [2005, 1994]
Branch Call Number: DVD 796.357 Base
Characteristics: 1 video disc (115 min.) : digital, sd., col. with b&w sequences


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