Product Description & Features
- Authors: Tom Andrews, Rich Wolfe
- Hardcover Edition
- 264 Pages
- An all-star team of Milwaukee Braves fans share their funniest stories, saddest memories, happiest times, and craziest moments of growin' up with the Milwaukee Braves
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Led by young sluggers Eddie Mathews and Henry Aaron and powerful pitchers Warren Spahn and Lew Burdette, the Braves became perennial National League contenders. The highlight of the Braves stint in Milwaukee came in 1957, when the team won the World Series, beating the New York Yankees four games to three. The Braves lost to the Yankees in the 1958 series, which also went to seven games.
Country of Origin: United States