The Presidents and the Pastime: The History of Baseball and the White House

The Presidents and the Pastime: The History of Baseball and the White House

The Presidents and the Pastime draws on Curt Smith?s extensive background as a former White House presidential speechwriter to chronicle the historic relationship between baseball, the ?most American? sport, and the U.S. presidency. Smith, who USA TODAY calls ?America?s voice of authority on baseball broadcasting,? starts before America?s birth, when would?be presidents pl The Presidents and the Pastime draws on Curt Smith?s extensive background as a former White Hou...

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Title:The Presidents and the Pastime: The History of Baseball and the White House
Author:Curt Smith
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Genres:Sports
ISBN:0803288093
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:504 pages pages

The Presidents and the Pastime: The History of Baseball and the White House Reviews

  • Chris
    Jul 19, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Donna
    Jul 07, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Jim Townsend
    Dec 19, 2017

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Sherrie
    May 24, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Tim Schneider
    Jun 02, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Chris Meisner
    Jul 13, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Kkuscin
    May 29, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Heather Lowther
    May 28, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Brian Eshleman
    Apr 08, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Tom
    Apr 29, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

  • Kayla
    Jun 07, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Sam Miller
    Jun 17, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Angie
    May 14, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Lance
    Apr 08, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

  • Casey Wheeler
    May 29, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

  • Kyle
    Apr 03, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

  • Cristie Underwood
    Mar 12, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

  • Roberta Murphy
    Jul 08, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Scott Wood
    May 20, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Erin
    Jun 14, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Dave
    Jun 05, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Jeff
    Dec 20, 2017

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Matt
    Jul 05, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Sara Elizabeth
    Jun 29, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Michael Paquette
    Jun 10, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Bobby Konis
    Jul 02, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Brad Ververs
    Jul 01, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Bill F.
    Jun 26, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Tracy Collier
    Apr 14, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

  • Zack
    Jul 09, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

  • Angela Karnes
    Jul 07, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Molly OTIS
    Jun 07, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • J Lef
    Jun 01, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Dustin Renner
    Jun 25, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Trevor Kirk
    May 30, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Marlee Jacobs
    Jun 17, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Andrew Moats
    Jun 11, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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  • Barry Sparks
    Jul 21, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

  • montogma25
    Jun 10, 2018

    Two of the most American of institutions are the Presidency and the game of baseball. They have been intertwined together for over a century ? from Abraham Lincoln playing ?town ball? to Barack Obama writing ?Go Sox!? in the visitor book at the Baseball Hall of Fame, there ar...

    Awesome book! It was interesting to read about how important baseball was to the Presidents, despite political affiliation. This book reinforced the idea that baseball is America?s pastime! ...

    I received a free Kindle copy of The Presidents and the Pastime by Curt Smith courtesy of Net Galley  and University of Nebraska Press, the publisher. It was with the understanding that I would post a review on Net Galley, Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and my fiction book rev...

    A near perfect blend of the history of baseball and the White House. ...

    A very good (but long) book about US Presidents and baseball. It was as a great read with lots of great information on how the two live up to each other. ...

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review. Are you interested in the Office of the President in the United States? Are you interested in the sport of baseball? If you answered yes to both of these questions, or even just one of them, then this book is for you. ...

    When I first saw this title and description I was pretty excited to read it. Politics and baseball go hand in hand, and given Curt Smith's background (writer for Bush 41), this should have been phenomenal. However, much of the book is disjointed. The first third of the book, all the ch...

    A fascinating and enjoyable -- albeit long-winded -- stroll through two centuries of baseball and presidential history. For you're not just getting stories and anecdotes about the American presidents and their connection with baseball, you're also getting a treatise on the development ...

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