dust-jacket19A revealing combination of sports and business history. Written in brisk, engaging prose, it sheds light from an unusual angle on American society, from demographic changes through race relations on to park construction in all its dimensions.” The Boston Globe

“Fountain has written that rare baseball book that also serves as a cultural history. Under the March Sun has so much atmosphere that you can smell the cocoa butter as you read.” — San Francisco Chronicle

Published on January 30, 2009 at 10:57 pm  Comments Off on Home  
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