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FUNGO BLUES - The Inside Story of Canada's Most Popular Baseball Team
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FUNGO BLUES - The Inside Story of Canada's Most Popular Baseball Team

By Van Rjndt, Philippe; Blednick, Patrick

Toronto: Bantam Seal Books, 1985. (xiii) 220 pp. Edge and corner wear with some creasing on the spine and on the upper right of the front cover; some aging but no interior markings. The unauthorized, unexpurgated and totally irreverent look at the Toronto Blue Jays. The Contents are: Pre-Game Show with Tony Kubek; The Die Is Cast; Honky-Tonk Baseball; The Heart Is a Lonely Bunter; Monterey Pops; Through the Revolving Door; The Grand Poobah; Here Come the Auditors; Bat on a Hot Tin Roof; For Whom the Ball Tolls; Eats; Fungo Blues; Tailspin; Sugar-Cane Alley; Yellow Pages; and Epilogue.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good-.

$7.95

WASHINGTON SENATORS - Official 1971 Program and Scorecard - Souvenir Edition
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WASHINGTON SENATORS - Official 1971 Program and Scorecard - Souvenir Edition

By Anonymous (editor)

Washington D.C.: Washington Senators, 1971. 38 pp. Very light wear. Autographed inside in pencil by: Dick Billings; Jeff Burroughs; Curt Bevacqua; Ted Ulander; Chris Chamblis; Tony Roberts - Senators Broadcaster; Larry Bittner; Rich Hinton; Rich Hand; Vince Colbert and a few others, somewhat unreadable. And the scorecard has been filled out. The Contents are: Dedicated to Attaining a Winner for Washington - Bob Short and Ted Williams; Frank Howard; Dick Bosman; Denny McLain; Senators 1971 Schedule; Don Mincher; Del Unser; Paul Lindblad; Dave Nelson; Paul Casanova; Thomas McCraw; Elliott Maddox; Mike Thompson; Horacio Pina; Shellenback; Riddleberger; The Scorecards; Peter Broberg; Gogolewski; Jackie Brown; Casey Cox; Senators Coaching Team; Bernie Allen; Tim Cullen; Toby Harrah; Jerry Janeski; Joe Grzenda; Larry Bittner; A Bright New Future for the Senators; Lenny Randle; Dick Billings; and How to Keep Score. . Signed by Players. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to. Magazine.

$19.95

WASHINGTON SENATORS - Official 1971 Program and Scorecard - Souvenir Edition
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WASHINGTON SENATORS - Official 1971 Program and Scorecard - Souvenir Edition

By Anonymous (editor)

Washington D.C.: Washington Senators, 1971. 38 pp. Very light wear. Autographed on page 35 on his own photograph where he is called Dick Billings - but he signed Rich Billings; signed on page 25 by coach Joe Camacho. And the scorecard hasn't been marked. The Contents are: Dedicated to Attaining a Winner for Washington - Bob Short and Ted Williams; Frank Howard; Dick Bosman; Denny McLain; Senators 1971 Schedule; Don Mincher; Del Unser; Paul Lindblad; Dave Nelson; Paul Casanova; Thomas McCraw; Elliott Maddox; Mike Thompson; Horacio Pina; Shellenback; Riddleberger; The Scorecards; Peter Broberg; Gogolewski; Jackie Brown; Casey Cox; Senators Coaching Team; Bernie Allen; Tim Cullen; Toby Harrah; Jerry Janeski; Joe Grzenda; Larry Bittner; A Bright New Future for the Senators; Lenny Randle; Dick Billings; and How to Keep Score. . Signed by Players. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to. Magazine.

$14.95

WASHINGTON SENATORS 1969 PRESS-RADIO TELEVISION GUIDE
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WASHINGTON SENATORS 1969 PRESS-RADIO TELEVISION GUIDE

By Anonymous

Washington D.C.: The Washington Senators, 1969. 56 pp. Staple-bound in pictorial covers. Signed on the front, on his own picture, by Frank Howard, the Senator's and Major League Baseball's home run king - he had 44 homers in 1968. This has all the trivia from the team's previous year, from their Vice President, Ted Williams, to the stadium change from the District of Columbia Stadium to Robert F. Kennedy Stadium and everything in between, the players, the statistics, et cetera.. Signed by Player. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$19.95

WASHINGTON SENATORS 1971 PRESS-RADIO TELEVISION GUIDE
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WASHINGTON SENATORS 1971 PRESS-RADIO TELEVISION GUIDE

By Anonymous

Washington D.C.: The Washington Senators, 1971. 52 pp. Staple-bound in pictorial covers. Signed on the front, by Frank Howard, who had 44 homers in 1970; and Jeff Burroughs, an outfielder whose rookie season was 1970; and two other player-signatures. This has all the trivia from the team's previous year, from their Vice President, Ted Williams, to the players, the statistics, et cetera.. Signed by Player. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$19.95

ASK DAVE - Dave Winfield Answers Kids' Questions About Baseball and Life
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ASK DAVE - Dave Winfield Answers Kids' Questions About Baseball and Life

By Winfield, Dave (edited by Don Effenberger)

Kansas City, Missouri: Andrews McMeel Publishing - Pioneer Books, 1994. 102 pp. Trade paperback format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white photographs and with three Dave Winfield collector cards. The Contents are: A Message from Dave Winfield; My Pitch; My Turn At Bat; Inside Baseball; Personal Milestones; Life with the Twins; Childhood Memories; Vital Stats; The Spotllight's Glare; Youth Efforts; Keeping Fit; Career at a Glance; and The Winfield Foundation.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good+. 8vo.

$14.95

CATCH - A Major League Life
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CATCH - A Major League Life

By Whitt, Ernie (with Greg Cable)

Toronto: Fawcett Crest, 1990. 257 pp. Light edge and corner wear with a crease on the spine; some aging but no interior markings. From the days when the Blue Jays actually looked like they were building a great team. Whitt was chosen in the expansion draft in 1976 as one of the original Blue Jays. Everything was up from there.. First Paperback Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$9.95

GIRLS OF SUMMER - In Their Own League
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GIRLS OF SUMMER - In Their Own League

By Browne, Lois

Toronto: Harper Collins Publishers, 1992. (x) 212 pp. Quarter-bound in black cloth on gray boards; lettered in silver on the spine; headband; illustrated with black and white plates. Light wear at the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; no interior markings. Definitely a league of their own. The Contents are: 1943: The Amazing Mind of Mr P. K. Wrigley; 1943: The Hoydens Meet Helena Rubinstein; 1944: California Girls and the Silver Eagle; 1945: Home Bases and Victory Overseas; 1946: Bedbugs and Beanballs; 1947: Our Girls in Havana; 1948: The Last Ascending Season; 1949 - 1954: The Final Innings; and Where Are They Now; followed by appendices: AAGPBL Teams; AAGPBL Champions; and AAGPBL Batting Champions; followed by an index.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+. 8vo.

$24.95

STENGEL - His Life and Times
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STENGEL - His Life and Times

By Creamer, Robert W. (re: Casey Stengel)

New York: Simon and Schuster, 1984. 349 pp. Quarter-bound in blue cloth on blue boards; lettered in silver on the spine; blue endpapers; headband; illustrated with black and white plates. Light wear at the corners of the dustjacket; price clipped; no interior markings. Dj painting of Stengel by Wendell Minor. This includes a dropped-in baseball card featuring Casey Stengel as the Yankees manager, from 1983 TCMA card series. The Contents are: Prelude: Who Was Case - What Was He; Family and Childhood - One Very Dead Chicken; School Days - I'm Charlie Stengel; The Minor Leagues - A Coffin in Kankakee; Moving on Up - The Tobasco Kid's Advice; Debut in Brooklyn - Stengel the Phenom; Settling In - The Good Days and the Bad; The Federal League War - A Matter of Money; Uncle Robby - Who Dropped the Grapefruit; The 1916 Pennant - Casey Hits the Big One; Moving on Down - Farewell to Brooklyn; After the War - A Sparrow in His Hat; The Little Napoleon - McGraw of the Giants; The Polo Grounds - Wake Up Muscles; Winning for McGraw - Casey Comes Through; The 1923 World Series - Stengel the Hero; To Boston and Points West - Mud Hen Glory; The 1930s - Is Brooklyn Still in the League; Discharged Again - Cheers for a Broken Leg; Comeback - Helping Out Jolly Cholly; Oakland - It's Nice to Have a Bridge Around; The 1949 Yankees - Biggest Thrill of All; Taking Command - It's Casey's Team Now; Growing Your Own - The Instructual School; Five Flags and Mickey - The One Disappointment; Becoming a Legend - Stengel the Public Figure; Billy Phil and Estes - I Was No Doubt Discharges; Signs of Disintegration - The Long Yankee Slump; The Last World Series - A Shortstop's Throat; Out and In - Goodbye Yankees Hello Mets; A Way to Retire - One Broken Hip; Do Not Go Gentle - Talking Talking Talking; and Coda - The End of a Man; followed by an index.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Wendell Minor;. 8vo.

$19.95

THEY CALL ME SPARKY
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THEY CALL ME SPARKY

By Anderson, Sparky (with Dan Ewald)

Chelsea, Michigan: Sleeping Bear Press, 1998. (vi) 256 pp. Black boards lettered in silver on the spine; gray endpapers; headband; illustrated with black and white photographs. Light wear at the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; no interior markings. Sparky started his playing career in the California League for the Santa Barbara Dodgers in 1954, then moved up to Double-A Ball in 1955 with the Forth Worth Cats of the Texas League, then in 1956, he moved up to Triple-A with the Montreal Royals, Jackie Robinson's first team. He spent five seasons in the minor leagues without ever wearing a major league univform, then got traded to the Phillies where he spent one full season in the major leagues, 1959. But he was sent back down and played his next four seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs of the International League, which was owned by Jack Kent Cooke. Cooke appreciated Anderson's leadership qualities and convinced him to try coaching. In 1964, Anderson started to manage the Leafs, his first managing job, when the Leafs were affiliated with the Milwaukee Braves and the Washington Senators. From the Leafs, he went on to manage an assortment of minor league teams, getting to the majors as a third-base coach for the San Diego Padres in 1969. In 1970, the California Angels hired him for their coaching staff, but almost immediately after that, the Cincinnati Reds hired him as manager and the rest is well-known history. Said Johnny Bench, "There's a difference between a good manager and a great one. The good one will tell you there's more than one way to skin a cat. The great manager will convince the cat it's necessary. Sparky had the cats carrying the knives to him." The Contents are: Introduction; Statistical Legacy; Putting It on the Line; The Right Thing - The Only Thing; Sparky; What Are You Doing Here?; Makers of Men; Take the Time; Little Georgie Is Still the Same; And It Don't Cost a Dime; It's All About People; About the Real People; If at First You Don't Succeed; Learning from the Bottom Up; The Big Red Machine; About Discipline; Just Keep Going; Refusing to Quit; The Reds' Pink Slip; Turning Defeat into Victory; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Chicago; A Lesson in Loyalty; Opportunity and Youth; A Character Check; The Perfect Summer; A Very Painful Wake-up; And When I'm Bad; From the High Side and Low; From the Kids; Better Late Than Never; Sparky's Greatest Gift; For the Children; The Universal Manager; It's People First; Did He Say That?; Honesty and Humor; A Bogey and a Smile; And Still Not a Dime; And in Closing.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+. 8vo.

$19.95

JACKIE ROBINSON - of the Brooklyn Dodgers
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JACKIE ROBINSON - of the Brooklyn Dodgers

By Shapiro, Milton J.

New York: Archway Paperbacks - Washington Square Press, 1967. 248 pp. Archway Book 29009. Light edge and corner wear with minor creasing on the spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white plates.. First Paperback Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$7.95

THE BASEBALL READER - Favorites from The Fireside Books of Baseball
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THE BASEBALL READER - Favorites from The Fireside Books of Baseball

By Einstein, Charles (editor) (Franklin P. Adams; Samuel Hopkins Adams; Sherwood Anderson; Roger Angell; Jimmy Breslin; Heywood Broun; Richard Donovan; John Drebinger; James T. Farrell; Don Hoak; Carl Hubbell; Shirley Jackson; John Lardner; Ring W. Lardner)

New York: Bonanza Books, 1986. (xiii) 361 pp. Burgundy boards lettered in gilt on the spine; headband. Light rubbing at the corners of the dustjacket; previous owner's inscription on the front free endpaper. There are far too many articles to list them all but some of the highlights are: Tinker to Evers to Chance by Franklin P. Adams; Baseball in Mumford's Pasture Lot by Samuel Hopkins Adams; from Hello Towns - Perhaps Someone Like Babe Ruth Was at Bat by Sherwood Anderson; 1975: Boston Red Sox 7, Cincinnati Reds 6: The Spectacular Sixth Game of the World Series by Roger Angell; They're Afraid to Come Out - The Mets by Jimmy Breslin; 1923: New York Yankees 4, New York Giants 2: The Ruth Is Mighty and Shall Prevail by Heywood Broun; The Fabulous Satchel Paige by Richard Donovan; 1941: New York Yankees 4, Cleveland Indians 3: The End of Dimaggio's Hitting Streak by John Drebinger; from Father and Son: A Letter to Connie Mack by James T. Farrell; The Day I Batted Against Castro by Don Hoak with Myron Cope; The 1934 All STar Game: Fanning Ruth, Gehrig, Foxx, Simmons, Cronin by Carl Hubbell as told to John P. Carmichael; braves 10, giants 9: Small Type Used on Purpose by Shirley Jackson; The Unbelievable Babe Herman: He Didn't Triple into a Triple Play, Not Quite by John Lardner; Alibi Ike by Ring W. Lardner; Game Called - Babe Ruth is Dead - poetry by Grantland Rice; from Baseball Has Done It: I Have Grievances, Sir by Jackie Robinson; 1965: Los Angeles Dodgers 1, Chicago Cubs 0: The Radio Account of the Ninth Inning of Sandy Koufax's Perfect Game by Vin Scully; 1951: New York Giants 5, Brooklyn Dodgers 4: Bobby Thomson and the Miracle by Red Smith; The Pitcher and the Plutocrat by P. G. Wodehouse; and many, many more.. First Printing - First Thus. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.

$19.95

BASEBALL'S ALL-TIME GREATS: The Top Fifty Players
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BASEBALL'S ALL-TIME GREATS: The Top Fifty Players

By Davis, Mac

New York: Bantam Pathfinder - Bantam Books, 1970. 149 pp. Bantam Patherfinder SP5338. Edge and corner wear with minor creasing on the spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white plates. The Chapters are: All-time Lineup; First Basemen: Henry Louis Lou Gehrig - The Iron Horse; Adrian Constantine Cap Anson - Daddy of All; Edward James Delahanty - Giant of Giants; George Harold Sisler - The Perfect One; James Emory Jimmy Foxx - The Beast; Second Basemen: Rogers Hornsby - Mighty Rajah; Napoleon Nap Lajoie - Most Graceful Player; Edward Collins - Smartest of All; Frank Frisch - The Fordham Flash; Jack Rossevelt Jackie Robinson - The Black Pioneer; Third Basemen: Harold Pie Traynor - Peerless Hot-Corner Man; John Franklin Baker - Home Run was His Nickname; Eddie Mathews - He Lasted Longest; Shortstops: John Peter Honus Wagner - The Flying Dutchman; James Walter Maranville - Little Rabbit; Joseph Edward Cronin - From Sandlots to President; Lucius Luke Appling - Old Aches and Pains; Ernie Banks - Windy City Terror; Outfielders: Tyrus Raymond Ty Cobb - The Georgia Peach; George Herman Babe Ruth - The One and Only; William Henry Keeler - The Giant Midget; Joe DiMaggio - The Yankee Clipper; Melvin Thomas Ott - The Boy Grew Older; Tristram Tris Speaker - Gray Eagle Flew High; Theodore Ted Williams - The Splendid Splinter; Stan Musial - Folk Hero; Willie Howard Mays - Say Hey Kid; Mickey Charles Mantle - Blood and Guts; Henry Hank Aaron - Casual Wonder; Catchers: Roger Bresnahan - Backstop Savior; William Dickey - Magic Behind a Mask; Gordon Stanley Cochrane - He Came to Play; Roy Campenella - The Happy Warrior; Lawrence Peter Yogi Berra - The Ugly Duckling; Pitchers: Denton True Young - Victory Was His Trademark; Walter Perry Johnson - The Big Train; George Edward Waddell - The Clown Laughed Last; Christie Mathewson - An Idol Who Became an Ideal; Grover Cleveland Alexander - Alex the Great; Robert Moses Grove - He Hated to Lose; Jay Hanna Dean - Crazy as a Fox; Carl Owen Hubbell - The Meal Ticket; Warren Edward Spahn - Southpaw Magic; Robert Bob Feller - Schoolboy Fireballer; Sandy Koufax - A Southpaw to Remember; James Hoyt Wilhelm - Knuckling to Glory; Leroy Satchel Paige - Ageless Flinger; Managers: John J. McGraw - The Little Napoleon; Cornelius McGillicuddy - Patriarch of the Dugout; Charles Dillon Casey Stengel - Kook Turned Genius; Baseball's All Time Feats; All Time Home Run Champions; Greatest All Time Hitters; Modern Baseball's All Time .400 Hitters; and All Time Winning Pitchers.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. Paperback Original.

$7.95

JOE DIMAGGIO - The Hero's Life
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JOE DIMAGGIO - The Hero's Life

By Cramer, Richard Ben (re: Joe Dimaggio)

New York: Simon and Schuster - Touchstone Books, 2001. (xi) 546 pp. Trade paperback format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with an uncreased spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white photographs. This includes a dropped-in baseball card published by TCMA in 1983, featuring Joe Dimaggio from 1942. The Contents are: Book One: Destiny 1930 - 1935; Book Two: The Game 1936 - 1951; Book Three: Fame 1952 - 1962; Book Four: The Greatest Living... 1989 - 1998; and Book Five: The Last Deal 1998 - 2000; followed by an Epilogue and an Index.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good+. 8vo.

$19.95

THROWING HEAT - The Autobiography of Nolan Ryan
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THROWING HEAT - The Autobiography of Nolan Ryan

By Ryan, Nolan (with Harvey Frommer)

New York: Doubleday and Company, 1988. (xv) 236 pp. Quarter-bound in blue cloth on orange boards; decorated in gilt on the spine; red endpapers; headband; illustrated with black and white photographs. Light rubbing at the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; no interior markings. This includes three dropped-in Nolan Ryan baseball cards: the Leaf card from 1991, celebrating the seventh no-hiiter; the Upper Deck card from 1993, celebrating the milestones of Ryan's career; and the regular season 1984 Donruss card, featuring Ryan in an Astros uniform. Among other records, Ryan holds two incredibly significant ones: more no-hitters than any other pitcher, and more strike-outs than any other pitcher. The Contents are: Prologue; Alvin Texas; New York; California; Houston; and Epilogue. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+. 8vo.

$14.95

PETE ROSE:  MY STORY
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PETE ROSE: MY STORY

By Rose, Pete (with Roger Kahn)

New York: Macmillan and Co., 1989. (xviii) 300 pp. Quarter-bound in red cloth on black boards; lettered in gilt on the spine; headband; illustrated with black and white plates. Light wear on the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; previous owner's name on the front free endpaper. This includes a dropped-in O-Pee-Chee Baseball Card from 1985 featuring Pete Rose as the manager of Reds. It was obvious right from the start that Pete Rose was a remarkable athlete. His nickname, Charlie Hustle, was well deserved. And that's what he did for the Cincinnati Reds, the Philadelphia Phillies, and briefly, for the Montreal Expos - he hustled. Three World Series rings, two Gold Gloves, three batting titles, one Most Valuable Player Award, Rookie of the Year and 17 All-Star games - incredible highlights in an incredible career. Most addictions in this world are forgiven after the apologies and the confessions are given - a little public humiliation and it is back to business as normal. It's curious that Pete Rose has never been forgiven for gambling. Maybe when he's dead and it doesn't matter any more, they'll put him in the Hall. The Chapters are: A Hall-of-Fame Promise; To Reach the Unreachable Star; Beginnings; Boyhoods; Up from the Minors; A Rose Grows in Cincinnati; The Thrill of the (Plastic) Grass; No Longer a Red; Almost a Centerfold; The Gambler; and Fathers and Sons; followed by an index. . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.

$19.95

SLICK - My Life in and Around Baseball
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SLICK - My Life in and Around Baseball

By Ford, Whitey (with Phil Pepe) (preface by Mickey Mantle)

New York: William Morrow and Company, 1987. 256 pp. Quarter-bound in blue cloth on pale gray boards; lettered in silver on the spine; headband; illustrated with black and white plates. Light wear at the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; no interior markings. This includes a pair of dropped-in baseball cards: A Topps reprint card from 1992 featuring four ball players: Mickey Vernon; Ed Lopat; Bill Bruton; and, of course, Whitey Ford; and a Topps Collectors Series card celebrating Whitey Ford as an All Time Record Holder for, among other things, 33 consecutive scoring innings in the World Series. Whitey Ford was a ten-time All Star, and won six World Series while spending his entire career with the New York Yankees.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+. 8vo.

$14.95

TUNED TO BASEBALL
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TUNED TO BASEBALL

By Harwell, Ernie

New York: Ballantine Books, 1990. (xv) 239 pp. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; previous owner's name inside. Illustrated with black and white plates. For 55 seasons, 42 of them with the Detroit Tigers, Harwell called the baseball action on radio and/or television. The Contents are; Foreword by Lulu Harwell; Somehow They All Manage; Mileposts of the Season; They Also Serve Who Only Sign the Checks; Things Bound to Happen in Baseball; When I Ope My Lips Let No Dog Bark; Everybody's Human; Jose's Song; Interviews; And They Called It the Birth of the Boos; A Deeper Dedication; It's More than Merely Muscle; Report Me and My Cause Aright; I Believe in Miracles; Players: The Tough the Special and the Great; and Signing Off; followed by an index.. First Paperback Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$4.95

BANANA BATS AND DING-DONG BALLS - A Century of Unique Baseball Inventions
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BANANA BATS AND DING-DONG BALLS - A Century of Unique Baseball Inventions

By Gutman, Dan

New York: Macmillan and Co., 1995. (xvii) 251 pp. Trade paperback format. Light rubbing at the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Profusely illustrated with black and white photographs, diagrams and line drawings. If you have ever wondered about the first game on the radio, the catcher's mitt, the catcher's mask, the ding-dong ball, Cracker Jack, hot dogs at the ballpark, batting helmets, in fact, anything about things invented for baseball, you can likely find it right here in Gutman's fascinating book. The Contents are: Introduction; Bats; Practice; Around the Ballpark; Baseballs; and Protective Gear; followed by a bibliography and an index.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

SECOND TO NONE - The Roberto Alomar Story
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SECOND TO NONE - The Roberto Alomar Story

By Alomar, Roberto (with Stephen Brunt)

Toronto: Viking - The Penguin Group, 1993. (xv) 219 pp. Quarter-bound in blue on blue boards; lettered in blue on the spine; headband; illustrated with black and white photographs. Light edge and corner wear on the dustjacket with some creasing on the front flap; price intact; small mark in blue pencil on the reverse of the dedication page. Considering how disappointing the Blue Jays have been for the last few years, this could only be a happy read. Alomar was a great player from the days when the Blue Jays were a great, World Series-winning team, rather than a team wallowing in the mire of a re-build. Oh well, wait till next year. Also includes Alomar's 1988 Topps rookie card and his 1988 Donruss rookie card. The Contents are: Introduction by Stephen Brunt; The Game; Home; The Family Business; Learning the Ropes; Big Leaguer; Detour; Blue Jay; A Star Is Born; Different Case Different Story; The Championship Season; The Fall Classic; and The Best; followed by an epilogue.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

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