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Baseball has existed since the mid 1800's and has been the occupation for thousands of men through history. Defining the best amongst such a wide array of players always sparks a debate, as the Hall-of-Fame in Cooperstown is seen as the debate settler, a place where only legends reside. However, the Hall-of-Fame has overlooked many of the game's star players, failing to immortalize them with their peers. Ghosts of Baseball's Past details the careers of ball diamond legends who have been past over by Hall-of-Fame voters. So take a look inside and decide for yourself whether players like Bert Blyleven, Ted Kluszewski, Riggs Stephenson and more deserve to dwell in Cooperstown. Read about Herb Score, Turkey Mike Donlin and Buddy Lewis, and help keep the names of these legends alive.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780595861699
Publisher:
iUniverse, Inc.
Subject:
Sports & Recreation-General
Author:
Kiser, Brett
Subject:
Sports & Recreation-Baseball - General
Subject:
Sports & Recreation-Baseball - History
Subject:
Sports & Recreation : Baseball - History
Subject:
Sports & Recreation : Baseball - General
Subject:
Sports & Recreation : General
Publication Date:
November 2006
Binding:
eBooks
Language:
English

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