Pulitzer Prize Author Paul Goldberger talks All Things Ballparks


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Author of "Ballpark: Baseball in the American City," Paul Goldberger (@PaulGoldberger) stops by on a Friday to share stories from his new book and provide his perspective on the most iconic, underrated, and history of our favorite baseball stadiums. The guys discuss where his first fixation with baseball and the ballpark first came from, why Wrigley Field & Fenway Park have continued to blossom after 100+ years, how the downtown area of cities connects to baseball, and how Oriole Park at Camden Yards was the first ballpark of its kind to usher in a newer, better generation of baseball parks.

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