When the crowd didn't roar: how baseball's strangest game ever gave a broken city hope

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University of Nebraska Press,
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[2019]
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English
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"When the Crowd Didn't Roar" is the first comprehensive account of the most unique Major League baseball game ever played, the crowdless game on April 29, 2015, between the Baltimore Orioles and the Chicago White Sox, as well as the tragic death of Freddie Gray while in police custody that led up to it and the therapeutic effect the game had on a troubled city"--
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9781496213297
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subject_facet Baltimore (Md.) -- Race relations, Baltimore Orioles (Baseball team), Baltimore Riots, Baltimore, Md., 2015, Baseball -- Maryland -- Baltimore -- History, Baseball -- Social aspects -- Maryland -- Baltimore, Chicago White Sox (Baseball team), Gray, Freddie, -- 1989-2015
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