The forever boys: the bittersweet world of major league baseball as seen through the eyes of the men who played one more time

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Carol Pub. Group, Jan 1, 1992 - Sports & Recreation - 391 pages
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An athlete dies two deaths one at the end of his life, the other at the finish of his days on the playing field. But in November, 1989, 30 ex-major leaguers joined the St. Petersburg Pelicans and got a shot at a new life in the Senior Professional Baseball Association, a Florida league for players 35 years of age and older. Here is their story, from the bestselling author of Balls and Personal Fouls. 16 pages of photos.

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