Tales from the Dugout: The Greatest True Baseball Stories Ever Told

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 241 pages
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Batter up -- here comes the most memorable collection of anecdotes about the national pastime ever assembled. Tales from the Dugout brings together never-before-told stories from baseball personalities Roger Maris, Ken Griffey Jr., Pete Rose, Phil Rizzuto, Gaylord Perry, and many more in this illustrated one-of-a-kind compendium. Lighthearted, often touching, and always entertaining, this engaging collection takes fans into the dugout, clubhouse, and press box with some of the greatest players and storytellers in history.

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User Review  - John Orman - Goodreads

Lots of interesting stories and opinions in these essays written as told to the author by the subject person or someone who them well. I liked the interviews with Yogi Berra, Koufax, Lasorda, Mantle, Maris, Mays--and Tom Selleck! Read full review

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User Review  - Scott Seeland - Goodreads

not the greatest collection of stories but a good read Read full review


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Mike Shannon is the editor of "Spitball: The Literary Baseball Magazine" and the author of five baseball books.

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