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By Sexton, John Edward; Oliphant, Thomas; Schwartz, Peter J

Utilising to the secular job of baseball a sort of inquiry often reserved for the research of faith, Sexton explores universal floor among the sport and what all of us realize as faith: sacred areas and time, religion and doubt, advantages and curses, and more.

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Schwartz, Peter J. III. Title. 35701—dc23 2012029685 Designed by Spring Hoteling While the author has made every effort to provide accurate telephone numbers, Internet addresses, and other contact information at the time of publication, neither the publisher nor the author assumes any responsibility for errors, or for changes that occur after publication. Further, publisher does not have any control over and does not assume any responsibility for author or third-party websites or their content.

That depth is what God means. And if that word has not much meaning for you, translate it, and speak of the depths of your life, of the source of your being, of your ultimate concern, of what you take seriously without any reservation. Perhaps, in order to do so, you must forget everything traditional that you have learned about God, perhaps even the word itself. For if you know that God means depth, you know much about him. In this book, we ask whether baseball, like Catholicism or Islam or peyote in the desert, can be a road to God—not the road to God for all, but a road to God for some.

People gather at the Forbes memorial every October 13 to play a tape of the radio broadcast. And a few years ago, a kinescope recording of the NBC television broadcast, thought to be lost forever, was discovered in pristine condition in the San Francisco wine cellar of a onetime minority owner who had the film made because—too nervous to watch in person—he went on vacation to Paris during the World Series. That owner was Bing Crosby. A footnote to the story is that in the split second before Mazeroski’s home run soared over the left-center field wall, it passed over the head of Yogi Berra.

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