4to, magazine, glossy covers, illustrated, 361-396 pp. Mostly margin tear in lower right side of magazine, mostly in first ten pages, but extends beyond that, does not really affect text, small tape repair to back of front cover, normal aging; otherwise about very good. Baseball Magazine was published for almost 50years, ending in the late 1950s. This copy was probably the first published after the official end of WWII. An editorial in this edition talks about post war plans by some teams to improve their stadiums. This would include the New York Yankees. The cover photograph features the Chicago Clubs' pitching staff. Articles in this issue include "The Road Ahead" about what the end of the war will mean for baseball, and another article on the value of players doing time in the minors. (Inventory #: 106055)
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