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Another peek at baseball's good old days—or, in this case, bad old days—by veteran sports-historian Harvey Frommer. Frommer paints Shoeless Joe as a baseball natural ("Joe Jackson hit the ball harder than any man ever to play baseball"—Ty Cobb), an illiterate hick (his table utensils consisted of knife and fingers), and an innocent man snared by the greatest scandal in baseball history.
Number of Pages: 225
Genre: Sports + Recreation, Biography + Autobiography
Publisher: Globe Pequot Pr
Author: Harvey Frommer
Street Date: October 1, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-33-5308