5 edition of biographical history of baseball found in the catalog.
|Other titles||New biographical history of baseball|
|Statement||Donald Dewey and Nicholas Acocella.|
|LC Classifications||GV865.A1 D45 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 474 p. :|
|Number of Pages||474|
|LC Control Number||2002020035|
Baseball Books Books from Baseball Direct bring you stories of great players and great teams and inspire you with baseball’s history of sportsmanship and showmanship. We have Biographies, Team Histories, and Miscellaneous which contains everything else. Jackie Robinson, the first black baseball player to play in the American major leagues during the 20th century. He famously broke the color line of Major League Baseball (MLB) when he appeared on the field for the Brooklyn Dodgers on Ap A baseball icon, his number was retired across MLB in
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The Glory of Their Times: The Story of the Early Days of Baseball Told by the Men Who Played It (Harper Perennial Modern Classics) Lawrence S. Ritter out of 5 stars Product details Hardcover: pages Publisher: Triumph Books; Collectors edition edition (January 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x 9 inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the Author: Donald Dewey, Nicholas Acocella.
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Baseball Book Shelf. Baseball: The Biographical Encyclopedia. Description: Baseball: The Biographical Encyclopedia is the standard reference to the stars and superstars of the national pastime.
This mammoth volume covers 2, players from Hank Aaron to Richie Zisk, providing quick access to the stories behind the sport's most notable careers. Richard J. Tofel's book is an account of the Yankees' season, when they were playing the best baseball ever (maybe) and Lou Gehrig (left, with Joe DiMaggio) was dying.
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The New Biographical History of Baseball (ISBN ) is a book by Donald Dewey and Nicholas Acocella originally published in It contains short biographical profiles of hundreds of persons in and around baseball, arranged in alphabetical order.
Books shelved as baseball-history: The Glory of Their Times: The Story of the Early Days of Baseball Told by the Men Who Played It by Lawrence S. Ritter. His baseball career ended in after revelations that he gambled on baseball, a subject he discusses for just two pages in a book billed as the star’s “love letter” to the game.
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Koufax’s prowess as America’s greatest Jewish athlete also added a significant and compelling angle to the biography as well.4/5. The history of baseball players, their biographies and their relationship both on and off the field in respect to our national pastime is a very diverse and wonderful field of research.
Join Baseball Almanac as we salute independent researchers who have explored and written about different baseball biographies. A rule change in prohibited doctoring of the ball by pitchers and a new era began. One player, Babe Ruth, changed the game forever by introducing the power hitter to first a pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, he was traded to the New York Yankees and hit career home runs, almost more than the previous career home run leader, Roger : Scott Kendrick.The biographical history of baseball.
[Donald Dewey; Nick Acocella] -- Offers brief biographical sketches of more than 1, players, managers, owners, front office executives, journalists, and fans who influenced the early history of baseball.The biographical history of baseball.
[Donald Dewey; Nick Acocella] -- Over 1, entries on those who made the sport America's favorite pastime, including the fifty women who have played a significant part in major-league history.