The Boys Who Were Left Behind: The 1944 World Series Between the Hapless St. Louis Browns and the Legendary St. Louis Cardinals

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The Boys Who Were Left Behind: The 1944 World Series Between the Hapless St. Louis Browns and the Legendary St. Louis Cardinals - Heidenry, John, and Topel, Brett

When the "New York Times" sportswriter Arthur Daley called the 1944 St. Louis Browns "the most astonishing ball club ever to reach the World Series," he wasn't handing out bouquets. An ill-assorted collection of castoffs, 4-Fs, no-accounts, farm boys, and brawlers with not much more than a few minor league games under their belts, the team was ...

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