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My Thirty Years in Baseball


As a player and as a manager, John McGraw came to beat you, and he usually did. If winning could be done within the rules, that was fine; but he would use any means fair or foul if necessary. There were always those who claimed the "Little Napoleon" preferred the foul, but McGraw happily debunks that misconception, and the most famous umpire-baiter in history here reports why he believes an umpire's authority must be respected. A small man with average physical skills, McGraw and his famous teammates on the Baltimore ...

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My Thirty Years in Baseball
1995, Bison Books, Lincoln, NE

ISBN-13: 9780803281394

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