Baseballs Book of Firsts ePub download
by Lloyd Johnson
- ISBN: 1572153954
- ISBN13: 978-1572153950
- ePub: 1386 kb | FB2: 1123 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Baseball
- Publisher: JG Press (October 2006)
- Pages: 176
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 135
- Format: rtf txt doc lit
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A comprehensive guide to the record-setting achievements of baseball's greatest players, Baseball's Book of Firsts has been completely revised and updated to include records .
A comprehensive guide to the record-setting achievements of baseball's greatest players, Baseball's Book of Firsts has been completely revised and updated to include records recently set by Barry Bonds, Mark McGwire, and Sammy Sosa as well as historic moments in the careers of such players as Willie Mays and Babe Ruth. Lavishly illustrated with more than 200 photographs, and featuring trivia questions to test the memory of the most devoted fan, this handsome treasury of landmarks in the history of America's most beloved pastime makes a thrilling gift for any baseball aficionado.
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Bowie Kuhn, Former Commissioner of Baseball. On p 165 Joe Rogan is listed as 5th with 13 triples in 1922, behind Charlie Blackwell and Heavy Johnson with 10 and 9 respectively. You can see a picture emerging. The Complete Book of Baseball's Negro Leagues is a compelling story and a must read for all baseball fans. - Allan "Bud" Selig - Commissioner of Baseball. Computation errors - I have only found one (Lyman Bostock's career average computes t. 68 not. 341) but I am not about to check the whole book.
William Lloyd (18 August 1627 – 30 August 1717) was an English divine who served successively as bishop of St Asaph, of Lichfield and Coventry and of Worcester. Lloyd was born at Tilehurst, Berkshire, in 1627, the son of Richard Lloyd, then vicar, who was the son of David Lloyd of Henblas, Anglesey. By the age of eleven, he had understanding in Greek and Latin, and somewhat of Hebrew, before attending Oriel and Jesus Colleges, Oxford (later becoming a Fellow of Jesus College).
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These are not all of the books that I have but the ones that I found when I went to look
These are not all of the books that I have but the ones that I found when I went to look. Rita Golden Gelman The Love of Baseball - Adomites, Cassidy, Herman, Scholssberg and Wisnia Baseball's Book of Firsts - Lloyd Johnson 20th Century Baseball Chronicle Yankee Stadium: A Tribute - Les Krantz The American League - Zoss and Bowman Baseballissimo - Dave Bidini Good Enough to Dream - Roger Kahn The Baseball Hall of Shame - Nash and Zullo Triumph and Tragedy in Mudville - Stephen Jay Gould The.
Beginning his career years before the first Negro National League was established, Lloyd played for a dizzying . Wes Singletary writes an interesting biography on John Henry "Pop" Lloyd in The Right Time.
He was seemingly ageless, winning two batting titles in his 40s and playing at the highest levels of blackball until he was 48. (He would continue to coach and play semi-pro baseball for another ten years. The book is the story of how prolific Lloyd was even though he was never allowed to play in the White.
Author of Baseball's Dream Team, Baseball's Book of Firsts. First director of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.