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by Bill "Ready" Cash,Al Hunter Jr.


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Thou Shalt Not Steal percolates with the thrills, challenges, heartbreaks, successes, and racism Cash endured in his baseball career - including stints in Cuba, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Canada, and Venezuela - and as a black man living in America. And he recalls in painful detail the controversial play at home plate in 1946 involving the Newark Eagles' Larry Doby (who later became the first black to play in the American League).

The Baseball Life and Times of a Rifle-Armed Negro League Catcher.

Thou Shalt Not Steal : The Baseball Life and Times of a Rifle-Armed Negro League Catcher. by Bill "Ready" Cash.

Thou Shalt Not Steal is as much a history of the game as it is a record of the journey of African Americans in the 20th century. - Publisher's description.

Thou shalt not steal! .

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Thou shalt not steal" is one of the Ten Commandments of the Jewish Torah (known to Christians as the first five books of the Old Testament), which are widely understood as moral imperatives by legal scholars, Jewish scholars, Catholic scho.

Thou shalt not steal" is one of the Ten Commandments of the Jewish Torah (known to Christians as the first five books of the Old Testament), which are widely understood as moral imperatives by legal scholars, Jewish scholars, Catholic scholars, and Post-Reformation scholars.

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Co-winner of the 2012 Robert Peterson Award from the Society for American Baseball Research's Negro Leagues Committee, Thou Shalt Not Steal: The Baseball Life and Times of a Rifle-Armed Negro League Catcher is the lively autobiography of Bill "Ready" Cash, a powerhouse catcher for the Philadelphia Stars of the Negro Leagues from 1943 to 1950. Cash had a nasty arm, a potent bat, and a knowledge of the game that would embarrass some of today's major leaguers. Co-authored with award-winning journalist Al Hunter Jr. Thou Shalt Not Steal percolates with the thrills, challenges, heartbreaks, successes, and racism Cash endured in his baseball career -- including stints in Cuba, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Canada, and Venezuela - and as a black man living in America. And he recalls in painful detail the controversial play at home plate in 1946 involving him, the Newark Eagles' Larry Doby, and a white umpire that nearly started a riot in Ruppert Stadium and probably kept Cash from making it to the majors. "Shoot, as bad as (the umpire's) call was," Cash writes, "I should've stomped him." Funny, charming, poignant, and significantly honest, Thou Shalt Not Steal is as much a history of the game as it is a record of the plight of African Americans in the 20th century.
Ximinon
I couldn’t get enough of the voice, which here is the thing. I’m not a baseball enthusiast. I know nothing about batting averages, or a “bottom of sixth” – “nut hopped” – “throwing inside and tight” – “fingernail cut balls”, or “tomahawked” and what Cash was doing when he “went up the line to meet” such and such “coming huffing and puffing.” But I do know first-rate quality writing and exceptional storytelling, plus having a story to tell. Thou Shalt Not Steal covers all three bases!

Come meet Satch, and Hank, and Jackie, and the early ballplayers who played for the Negro Leagues along with Cash who played ball internationally and nationally; who each time I read say, “this is what happened,” then that’s what I believed happened.

Historical, informative, humorous, candid, charming... there is so much covered in this highly laudable autobiography.
Skunk Black
This book is a lively telling of the story of Bill "Ready" Cash, who was a star catcher in the Negro Leagues at the time MLB integrated. With the help of Al Hunter, Jr., a long time writer for the Philadelphia Daily News, Cash recounts what it was like to be a catcher in the Negro Leagues in vivid, take-no-prisoners prose. He had strong opinions about baseball, and his comments about some stars of the period are unrestrained. He also pulls no punches discussing the prejudice and exploitation he was subjected to as an African American ballplayers. If you liked Buck O'Neill's "I Was Right On Time", you will certainly like this book.
Marinara
I bought this book for my Grandson who is a Catcher on his baseball team. He enjoys it very much. This was a good purchase with a great price and fast shipping.
Kagaramar
My husband really enjoyed this book. Thought it was like having a conversation with Bill "Ready" Cash, a great Negro League player.
Darkshaper
Outstanding book about the fascinating life of Bill "Ready" Cash and the Philadelphia Stars of the old Negro Baseball Leagues.
kolos
this book is great, any baseball fan would love this book, read it twice and just found it amazing at that baseball survived this long, with all the back stabbing and stealing. Baseball fans please read it, you won't regret it...
Nalmergas
Excellent book .,
This book combines the jocular personality and clear memory of the beloved Bill "Ready" Cash, an all-star catcher for the Philadelphia Stars of the Negro Leagues. With the aid of award winning journalist, and jazz columnist and flutist Al Hunter, Jr., Mr. Cash shares his revealing stories with the candor and insight like no player has ever done before. He tells it like is and fills in many historical gaps during black ball's heyday. This narrative is a must addition to any sports library. Larry Lester - Chairman of the Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference and SABR's Negro Leagues Committee
Thou Shalt Not Steal: The Baseball Life and Times of a Rifle-Armed Negro League Catcher ebook
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Bill "Ready" Cash,Al Hunter Jr.
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Love Eagle Books (December 16, 2011)
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202 pages
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