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Review roundup, Jan. 28

January 28, 2013 · 0 comments

Murray Chass weighs in on Terry Francona’s new memoir The Red Sox Years (written by Dan Shaughnessy). Russ Smith contributed this review of the same book on Baseball Musings. Speaking about managerial memoirs that raise an eyebrow, Mike Reuther, author the baseball novels Return to Dead City and Nothing Down, posts the occasional book review. […]

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I was tooling around the Internet recently and came across an item about Joe Garagiola, the former catcher who enjoyed a second act as author of the well-received Baseball Is a Funny Game. (More recently, Garagiola wrote It’s Anybody’s Ballgame and, most recently, Just Play Ball. What I also learned was that Jolly Joe was […]

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The video version of an old joke. In this show, titled “Leo Durocher Meets Mister Ed,” the horse, a staunch L.A. Dodger fan, spots a few batting weaknesses among the line-up while watching one of their televised games. The episode was aired as the opener for the fourth season (Sept. 29, 1963) and features — […]

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