This fantastically fun fable is full of fantasy, frivolity, fearsome facts, fastidious fortune, frugality, Foxx, (Kou)Fax, Fenimore, and fatherliness.
The story is loosely based on true facts, and is intended to bring to life a very special 30-hour summer trip Dad and his two children, Manny and Leah, enjoyed in a little hamlet in Western New York.
Dreams of Fields is a magical tale of masters and menaces, pioneers and persistence, quality and quotes, courage and collaboration, kindness and kinship, life and love, terrific triumphs and disappointing defeats.
It's an homage and ode to a masterful pastime, to men who knew, understood and achieved greatness, and to a game that Goudey and Glavine made famous.
So grab a glass of ice tea and a lounge chair, and relax under the stunning star-studded July sky while you lose yourself in this truly wonderful tale of America's most fabulous pastime and its historic heroes, their heroics, their highest honor and their hallowed Hall they call home.