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The Dickson Baseball Dictionary (Anglais) Relié – septembre 1989

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An enlightening, complete and so precise dictionnary of baseball.
I personnally recommand it for any person who interested and/or involved
in that wonderful sport.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Book for any Baseball Fan 5 octobre 2016
Par Frank T. Traceski - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I went to my first baseball game at Fenway Park in 1961 when Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris played there. I have been a fan of baseball for 55 years. Dickson's Baseball Dictionary is teaching me new things about baseball that I never realized before. It is a comprehensive book of baseball terms, both technical and colloquial. This book also provides the origin of the terms to the extent possible. Very entertaining and educational! The game of baseball has many fine points that can be missed by fans who do not pay close attention. This book increases one's total awareness of the game and will provide a higher appreciation of its many aspects.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Perfect Gift for Baseball Fans 31 décembre 2014
Par DCLO - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have loved this book since I got the 2nd edition way back when. The Third Edition is double it's size. It is a treasure trove of baseball information, lore, history and language. You can find out the source of team names, why the place where batters wait their turn is the "on deck circle" and the fun of ground rules. Once, when I was watching a Nationals game a few years ago, F.P. Santangelo used the term "Bugs Bunny ball" to describe a pitch. Dickson's Baseball Dictionary was there to explain what he meant. This is the perfect gift for all serious baseball fans.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Who is this guy and how does he know all of this stuff? 7 novembre 2009
Par Chambolle - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Every obsessive pursuit has its own jargon, and baseball is up there with the best of them when it comes to creating a language of its own. Dickson (and perhaps a team of researchers working behind him in the infield and outfield?) seems to know it all. Now that the 2009 baseball season has just come to an end (with the Yankees taking their unprecedented 27th World Series title), many of us will need an occasional baseball fix until spring training rolls around to ward off Post-Season Affective Disorder. This is it -- a way to connect with the game, past and present, in an encyclopedic yet entertaining style. Where else are you going to find an extended essay on the origins and usage of the term "eephus" (a "slowly thrown, high-arcing pitch likely to reach an apex of 25 feet above the ground between the mound and the plate" used to devastating effect by the Pirate's Rip Sewell in the early 40's)? Well, you've got it here.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 If You Think You Know Everything About Baseball, Think Again! 19 janvier 2013
Par Michael D. Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A friend of ours several years ago invited us to the Baseball Reliquary's annual "Shrine of Eternals," a people's HOF. Mr. Dickson was one of the candidates inducted. He told us how he came up with the concept of the dictionary from at the time, his young children to the ballpark. The book not only defines the terms, but explains the historical development and if possible, the first use of the term. Fascinating to keep with your while you have your "cold one" and snacks while watching the game. Play ball!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Explains American Idioms to non-native speakers of English 6 septembre 2013
Par Janis Aldridge - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a great resource to work with English as a Second Language Learners who notice that baseball is the underlying theme in American speech. So many of our expressions and metaphors relate to the game, so in this voume, you have a delineated expalnation with many examples to introduce the non-native speaker to all those obscure references.
Hence, they won't strike out, but drive home their ideas and be home free in all their English class assignments!
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