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St. Louis Browns — The Team Baseball Forgot 

When: Thu., March 22, 7 p.m. 2018
Price: free admission
The St. Louis Browns were once a great baseball team. In the 1920s the Browns were Mound City's favorite team, routinely out-drawing the Cardinals — so what happened? How did a baseball-crazy city fall out of love with its team, and did that alienation of affection lead to the Browns' slide down the standings, out the door to Baltimore and into baseball obscurity? St. Louis Browns — The Team Baseball Forgot is a documentary about the star-crossed "other team," narrated by Jon Hamm and based on a book produced by members of the St. Louis Browns Historical Society. The film screens at 7 p.m. tonight at the St. Louis Public Library's Central Branch (1301 Olive Street; www.slpl.org). Admission is free, and Reedy Press will be on site selling copies of the source book, St. Louis Browns — The Story of a Beloved Team.
— Paul Friswold

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