Overview:Baseball in a Grain of Sand: Seeing the Game through a Small Town Season - Part sports journalism, part history, part memoir, this many-sided narrative follows one season with the Blue Devils of Moscow, Idaho-a rural American Legion baseball team. Showcasing baseball's enduring place in American life, the author draws on the lore ofthe game, and conversations with diverse fans and players-an outdoorsman juggling his son's game schedule with bear hunting; a bewildered German college student, holding a baseball for the first time; former St. Louis Cardinal pitcher and Yale baseball coach John Stuper; and the proud owner of a Derek Jeter jersey in Hokendauqua, Pennsylvania, to name a few.

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