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“I read this entire book! Baseball inspires a religious devotion for me and its many followers.

This book by Paul Goldberger gives incredible new insights into the cathedrals at which we love to

worship it. I am so grateful for it. Thank you, Paul.― —Jerry Seinfeld'As a Pulitzer

Prize–winning architecture critic, Paul Goldberger brings scholarship and a discerning eye to

these pages. He also brings a thoughtful fanâ€s appreciation of baseballâ€s unique appeal

and romance. Qualities which are enhanced, or diminished, by ballpark design.' —Bob Costas

“Offers a concise history of major-league ballparks, from the earliest wooden structures to the

present . . . Flip to the sections on your favorite parks and youâ€ll find surprising tidbits on

nearly every page, [but] the book also mounts a sustained argument across its pages, which

makes reading it end to end equally rewarding . . . Lushly illustrated.― —John Swansburg,

The New York Times Book Review“Both a beautifully illustrated history of North American

baseball stadiums and a defense of the simple but enduring idea of a ballpark that fits neatly into

the hum and hive of a grid of city streets . . . Goldberger has an easy way with his descriptions,

and his analyses of various ballparks are done with clarity and wit. The book is studded with

insightful observations.― —Michael Lindgren, The Washington Post'There has never been a

book on a sports subject that approaches a subject through the historical designs of its playing

fields or, surely, does it as well. Through his architectural expertise and with compelling writing

skills, Paul Goldberger in Ballpark: Baseball in the American City takes the reader into arenas

that embrace unique and pleasurable insights of what is commonly referred to as our national

pastime.' —Ira Berkow“[An] entertaining, insightful account of the places that house the

national pastime . . . One of the most engaging books to be written on either cities or baseball in

the past decade . . . The emotional resonance of Ballpark is a testament to Goldbergerâ€s

thoughtfulness.― —Josh Stephens, Planetizen  “Excellent . . . thought-provoking . . .

[with] sumptuous photos and illustrations.― —Whitney Terrell, Literary Hub“Highly

informed and interesting . . . An invaluable book, with delicious stories and insights into both

baseball and urban studies. —Richard Horwich, The East Hampton Star“For all of the

writing about baseball, no one before has accomplished what the brilliant architecture critic Paul

Goldberger does in Ballpark. In illuminating detail, he shows how the places where the game is

played say as much about the sport and the changing American aesthetic as wins and losses and

managers and owners and players.― —David Maraniss, Pulitzer prize–winning author of

Clemente: The Passion and Grace of Baseball's Last Hero“A well-illustrated and eminently


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