Around The League 1939-46
A "behind the scenes" look at major league baseball through the eyes of a major league ballplayer all in COLOR and complete with narration later provided by former Washington Senators and Cleveland Indians star outfielder, George Case Jr.
This is a very rare look at major league baseball during the years immediately prior to WWII and concluding in 1946, a year after the end of the war. This is what life was like in the major leagues - not from a fan's perspective, not from a newsreel, but from a ballplayer's view...
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"For anyone who loves baseball, the National Pastime, history in general or the World War Two era, I would heartily recommend purchasing the DVD. It is an outstanding "must see."
-Frank Ceresi, FC Associates...
"It is a top shelf piece of baseball nostalgia."
-Donald Honig, baseball author - Baseball When The Grass Was Real, Baseball Between The Lines, The Fifth Season and many more!