4 edition of Baseball"s youngest big leaguers. found in the catalog.
Baseball"s youngest big leaguers.
Traces the careers of six baseball players who made the majors before their twenty-second birthday: Ted Williams, Bob Feller, Joe DiMaggio, Dean Chance, Carl Yastrzemski, and Willie Mays, the Say-Hey kid.
|LC Classifications||GV865.A1 D38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||139,  p.|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||68011824|
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Baseball's Youngest Big Leaguers Library Binding – January 1, by John Devaney (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Antique Books "Please retry" Author: John Devaney. Get this from a library.
Baseball's youngest big leaguers. [John Devaney] -- Traces the careers of six baseball players who made the majors before their twenty-second birthday: Ted Williams, Bob Feller, Joe DiMaggio, Dean Chance, Carl Yastrzemski, and Willie Mays, the Say-Hey.
Baseball's youngest big leaguers by Devaney, John. Publication date Topics Baseball, Baseball, Baseball players Publisher New York, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for Pages: The team's youngest player Jamie Quirk would play for 18 years on 8 big league teams, mostly as a "supersub".
Manager Steve Boros would later manage the Oakland A's and San Diego Padres. It's nice to read about these future big leaguers when they're just starting out, and I found myself turning to the last chapter ("") very often to find /5(3).
Modern fans know his name, as the Cy Young Award is given annually to the best pitchers in each of the two major leagues. But today's fans may not fully appreciate that Young's record for winning the most games,has stood for more than a century.
Over the years of Major League Baseball history, and overgames played, there have been 23 official perfect games by the current definition.
No pitcher has ever thrown more than one. The perfect game thrown by Don Larsen in game 5 of the World Series is the only postseason perfect game in major league history and one of only two postseason no-hitters. Statistic Description: Youngest Player in Majors This is found using the player’s age at the start of the season regardless of their age when they actually played during the year.
+ - Indicates Hall of Famer. Bold indicates active player. * - bats left-handed, # - bats both, else - bats right. - unknown. National League.
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As noted in the book, when Reggie arrived at the Big Apple in ‘77, his preference in women was proven when he landed in the Big Apple with a blonde on his arm. Per page 57 of the hardcover edition, when Jackson played for the three-time world champion () Oakland Athletics, he got down with the A’s hot-pants wearing ball-girls.
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