For years, the Washington Senators were the doormat of the American League, a disappointment to the presidents and ordinary people who flocked to Griffith Stadium. But in 1924 everything came together under the leadership of team owner Clark Griffith. Mark Judge has written an exciting account of the Senators' 1924 World Series victory, and at the same time a touching memoir of his grandfather, star first baseman for the Senators, and a history of baseball in its golden age.
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