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2005 DAVE MOORE AWARD WINNER
Elysian Fields Quarterly: The Baseball Review is pleased to announce the winner of the seventh annual Dave Moore Award for the "most important baseball book" of 2005, as selected by our panel of judges:
The Greatest Ballpark Ever:
Ebbets Field and the Story of the Brooklyn Dodgers
by Bob McGee
About the Author:
Bob McGee, coauthor of Bridges of Central Park, has had a twenty-five-year career developing and executing public relations strategies. He writes speeches for CEOs, senior executives, and government leaders, and has directed media relations programs. His sports articles have appeared in the New York Times and the Oakland Tribune. He currently lives in Westchester County, north of New York City, but his heart remains in Brooklyn.
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Year Published: 2005
Length: 336 pages
Congratulations to the other authors and publishers who were among the finalists for the 2005 Dave Moore Award, and a special thank you to Ann Bauleke, Mark Cleveland, Anne Daniel, Joshua Dressler, and Jeff Kallman for lending their time and talents while serving as judges for this year's award.
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