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WITH GRACE AND RUEFUL WIT A DETROIT FAN RECOUNTS A YEAR OF THE TIGERS
Jonathan Yardley
August 13, 1979
Perhaps the greatest pleasure of reviewing books for a living is the occasional volume that comes in without a single bleat of publicity yet announces its own merit when you turn to the first page. The joy of discovery is not to be sniffed at; lately I have been feeling particularly joyful because of a little book called Don't Let Baseball Die, by Art Hill.
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August 13, 1979

With Grace And Rueful Wit A Detroit Fan Recounts A Year Of The Tigers

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You can agree or disagree with Hill—most of the time I agree—but you can't ignore him. If I were attending a game in Detroit, I'd just ask the man in the ticket office to give me a seat next to Art Hill; the talk would probably be better than the baseball. In lieu of that, Don't Let Baseball Die is an eminently satisfactory companion, as I think all readers will agree.

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