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Very Good. 8vo. 349 pp. Trade paperback format. Light wear at the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white photogaphs. This includes a dropped-in baseball card featuring Stengel as the Yankees manager from the 1990 Topps reproduction series. The Contents are: Prelude: Who Was Casey-What Was He; Family and Childhood: One Very Dead Chicken; School Days: I'm Charley Stengel; The Minor Leagues: A Coffin Kankakee; Moving On Up: The Tobasco Kid's Advice; Debut in Brooklyn: Stengel the Phenom; Settling In: The Good Days and the Bad; The Federal League War: A Matter of Money; Uncle Bobby: Who Dropped the Grapefruit; The 1916 Pennant: Casey Hits the Big One; Moving On Down: Farewell to Brooklyn; After the War: A Sparrow in His Hat; The Little Napoleon: McGraw of the Giants; The Polo Grounds: Wake Up Muscles; Winning for McGraw: Casey Comes Through; The 1923 World Series: Stengel the Hero; To Boston and Points West: Mud Hen Glory; The 1930s: Is Brooklyn Still in the League; Discharged Again: Cheers for a Broken Leg; Comeback: Helping Out Jolly Cholly; Oakland: It's Nice to Have a Bridge Around; The 1949 Yankees: Biggest Thrill of All; Taking Command: It's Casey's Team Now; Growing Your Own: The Instructual School; Five Flags and Mickey: The One Disappointment; Becoming a Legend: Stengel the Public Figure; Billy Phil and Estes: I was No Doubt Discharged; Signs of Disintegration: The Long Yankee Slump; The Last World Series: A Shortstop's Throat; Out and In: Goodbye Yankees Hello Mets; A Way to Retire: One Broken Hip; Do Not Go Gentle: Talking Talking Talking; and Coda: The End of a Man; followed by an index.
This item is printed on demand. One of the most endearing of American heroes, Casey Stengel guided the New York Yankees to ten pennants in twelve seasons. Here is the brilliant manager stripped naked--the person underneath all the clowning, mugging, and.
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