NYT Crossword Puzzle Baseball

By |2018-02-11T04:12:57+00:00May 15th, 2008|All Puzzles, Crossword Puzzles|0 Comments

You can’t spit on a ball if you’re a pitcher, but you can write on one if it’s The New York Times Crossword Puzzle Baseball. Edited by the legendary Will Shortz, head of the New York Times crossword and founder of the annual American Crossword Puzzle Tournament, this indelible baseball features countless questions on the game’s greatest slang, players and teams to show and broaden your knowledge of the national pastime. The questions and answers are included too, but don’t get caught stealing the latter. Ball is handmade and imported. Made in China and USA. Uncommon Knowledge: The first published crossword appeared in the New York World in 1913. By the 1920s, crosswords had spread to newspapers across the country. The New York Times Crossword Puzzle Baseball cost US$20.00. [via UncommonGoods]

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