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This group of essays sprung from a trip I took years ago to a minor-league baseball game in northeast Pennsylvania. While I had been to many Major League stadiums in the past, I had never watched a baseball game before with the feeling that the action on the field was of lesser importance to the environment in which the game was taking place. What comes first is the accoun This group of essays sprung from a trip I took years ago to a minor-league baseball game in northeast Pennsylvania. While I had been to many Major League stadiums in the past, I had never watched a baseball game before with the feeling that the action on the field was of lesser importance to the environment in which the game was taking place. What comes first is the account of that minor-league contest. What follows is a trip through the Midwestern United States, hitting all the MLB stadiums in route and how those cities and those stadiums reverberated more than the baseball being played.


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This group of essays sprung from a trip I took years ago to a minor-league baseball game in northeast Pennsylvania. While I had been to many Major League stadiums in the past, I had never watched a baseball game before with the feeling that the action on the field was of lesser importance to the environment in which the game was taking place. What comes first is the accoun This group of essays sprung from a trip I took years ago to a minor-league baseball game in northeast Pennsylvania. While I had been to many Major League stadiums in the past, I had never watched a baseball game before with the feeling that the action on the field was of lesser importance to the environment in which the game was taking place. What comes first is the account of that minor-league contest. What follows is a trip through the Midwestern United States, hitting all the MLB stadiums in route and how those cities and those stadiums reverberated more than the baseball being played.

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