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Milton H. Jamail with a foreword by Larry Dierker.

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Main Author: Jamail, Milton H.
Published: Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, ©2000.
Series: Writing baseball.
Topics: Baseball - Cuba. | Baseball - Social aspects - Cuba. | Baseball. | Baseball.
Regions: Cuba. | Kuba. | Kuba.
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245 10|aFull count :|binside Cuban baseball /|cMilton H. Jamail with a foreword by Larry Dierker.
260 |aCarbondale :|bSouthern Illinois University Press,|c©2000.
300 |axvii, 182 pages :|billustrations, 1 map ;|c24 cm.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tForeword /|rLarry Dierker --|g1.|tCuban Baseball and the United States --|g2.|t"It Begins with the Dreams of Their Fathers": Baseball and National Identity in Cuba --|g3.|tBeisbol Revolucionario: The Best Amateur Baseball in the World --|g4.|tHow Ten Million Managers Learn about Baseball --|g5.|t"We Work Up from the Dream Too Late": Crisis in Cuban Baseball --|g6.|tThe Defectors --|g7.|tThe Defection of the Banned --|g8.|tThe Return of Rendimiento: The 37th and 38th Series Nacionales --|g9.|t"Bring on the Gold Rush": Major League Baseball and Cuba --|g10.|tBeyond the Embargo and Fidel --|tEpilogue: From the Bay of Pigs to Baltimore.
520 1 |a"In his comprehensive and vibrant picture of baseball in Cuba, Milton H. Jamail explores the sport's relationship to U.S. baseball. Jamail, whose personal love of the game matches that of the Cubans, examines the roots and traditions of baseball on the island and explains why Cubans play such excellent baseball. His analysis of the development of Cuban baseball after the 1959 takeover by Fidel Castro includes a detailed description of the formation of the Cuban amateur baseball system that has dominated international competitions for more than three decades."--|cBOOK JACKET.
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776 08|iOnline version:|aJamail, Milton H.|tFull count.|dCarbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, ©2000|w(OCoLC)606298124
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856 42|3Book review (H-Net)|uhttp://www.h-net.org/review/hrev-a0d1v6-aa
856 42|3Contributor biographical information|uhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0732/99040409-b.html
856 42|3Publisher description|uhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0732/99040409-d.html
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