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shortstop"s son

essays and journalism

by Martin, Philip

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  • 34 Currently reading

Published by University of Arkansas Press in Fayetteville .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Many of the essays originally appeared in the Arkansas Democrat gazette.

StatementPhilip Martin.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN4874.M4826 A25 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 191 p. ;
Number of Pages191
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL668949M
ISBN 101557284830, 1557284849
LC Control Number97014766

Well, during his 17 years with the Yankees, Jeter is a time All-Star, five-time Gold Glove winner, four-time Silver Slugger winner, is the all-time hits leader for shortstops with more than. Samurai Shortstop. Greatest book I have read in a very very long time. Once again this book is not just about a game of baseball. This book can transform your outlook on any other subject or genre. I first judged the book and intended it was just about Japan and how baseball affected the country or the history of baseball. I was very wrong to.

  Roy McMillan, one of baseball's smoothest-fielding shortstops of the 's with the Cincinnati Reds and later a New York Mets manager, died .   This year’s crop of baseball books covers a wide swath — memoir, biography, history and more. We hear from Pete Rose and Yogi Berra’s son, from a .

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A delightfully fast paced story about a fictional baseball team playing in Ohio at the turn of the 20th century.

The novel was written inby Zane Grey. What I took away from the book, was baseball back then was played on an intense level, that locker room chemistry is important, and the manager has to wear alot of caps/5(26). Stogie is bugged by newcomer Sam Suzuki's ""I always play shortstop"" but the chief problem here is winning each game.

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Amy Anne Ollinger, age nine, isn't happy with her home life. She's continually asked to defer to her little sisters, Alexis and Angelina, who don't allow /5(K). I've been a fan of the Detroit Tigers since Rolfe the Red was at the helm of the team in the early s and author Todd Masters has done a commendable job in reviewing the career of Alan Trammell the number one shortstop in the history of the team.

The book contains pages of text with photos sparingly spaced throughout the s: 4. Nice little story about a kid being delegated to second base after a superstar shortstop from Japan joins the team and takes his position. The kid has to deal with acceptance/best for the team type of stuff in order to mesh with his new infield partner.

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