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by Nick Wilson


Voices from the Pastime book. In this unique book, those 14 players, a Cuban Over 1,500 men played major league baseball during the golden era of the 1920s, and over 850 played in the Negro Leagues during the same decade

Voices from the Pastime book. Over 1,500 men played major league baseball during the golden era. In this unique book, those 14 players, a Cuban Over 1,500 men played major league baseball during the golden era of the 1920s, and over 850 played in the Negro Leagues during the same decade. At the end of the 20th century only about 20 of those men were still alive. The author of this work tracked down all of those players, 14 of whom were able to grant an interview.

Voices from the Pastime: Oral Histories of Surviving Major Leaguers, Negro Leaguers, Cuban Leaguers . Wilson, Voices from the Pastime, p. 47. ^ Interview of Ray Hayworth by Eugene C. Murdock, at 9:10–10:30.

Voices from the Pastime: Oral Histories of Surviving Major Leaguers, Negro Leaguers, Cuban Leaguers and Writers, 1920-1934. a b c d e f "Ray Hayworth Minor League Stats".

Voices From the Pastime: Oral Histories of Surviving Major Leaguers, Negro Leaguers, Cuban Leaguers and Writers, 1920–1934. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company. p. 89. ISBN 0-7864-0824-3. Retrieved September 26, 2012. "Mike Garcia Defeats Jinx". Ellensburg Daily Record.

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Voices from the Pastime. Oral Histories of Surviving Major Leaguers, Negro Leaguers, Cuban Leaguers and Writers, 1920-1934. Published July 3, 2000 by McFarland & Company.

Nick Wilson: Voices from the Pastime: Oral Histories of Surviving Major Leaguers, Negro Leaguers, Cuban Leaguers and Writers, 1920-1934, McFarland, Jefferson, NC, 2000, p. 32. Articles. Les Biederman: "Clemente, Early Buc Ace, Says He's Better in Summer: Puerto Rican Thrills Fans With Throws; Sukey first to Glimpse Clemente", The Sporting News, June 29, 1955, p. 26. GBP. 1 - 12 of 1060 Results.

Organized by decade, this book presents new information on the players who came before baseball's great Latin explosion. Also the author of Voices from the Pastime (2000), SABR member Nick C. Wilson conducts baseball interviews for the weekly newspaper La Voz Nueva de Colorado. Profiled here are Rafael Almeida, Jose Mendez, Miguel Gonzalez, Luis Tiant, S. Martin Dihigo, Armando Marsans, Rodolfo Fernández, Roberto Ortiz, Adolfo Luque, Cristobal Torriente, Hiram Bithorn and Pedro Preston Gómez, and many others. An appendix on Americans who influenced the Latin migration is also included. He lives in Denver, Colorado. Библиографические данные.

Nick Wilson, Voices From the Pastime; Oral Histories of Surviving Major Leaguers, Negro Leaguers, Cuban Leaguers and Writers, 1920- 1934 ( Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland and Company In. Publishers, 2000), 43-57. 4. Wilson, 5. Kelley.

Over 1,500 men played major league baseball during the golden era of the 1920s, and over 850 played in the Negro Leagues during the same decade. At the end of the 20th century only about 20 of those men were still alive. The author of this work tracked down all of those players, 14 of whom were able to grant an interview. In this unique book, those 14 players, a Cuban leaguer and five former sportswriters give first person accounts of baseball in the 1920s and early 1930s. They talk of the greatest players in the history of the game--Babe Ruth, Josh Gibson, Satchel Paige, Walter Johnson and Martin Dihigo--and of their own memorable careers. The personal accounts are then complemented by historical analysis from the author. Those interviewed are major leaguers Bill Rogell, Willis Hudlin, Clyde Sukeforth, Ray Hayworth, Paul Hopkins, Bob Cremins, Frank Stewart, Karl Swanson, Mel Harder, Ben Sankey, Carl Sumner and Bill Werber; Negro leaguers Ted Radcliffe and Harold Tinker; Cuban leaguer Rodolfo Fernandez; and sportswriters Will Cloney, Fred Russell, Harold Rosenthal, Carl Lundquist and Will Grimsley.
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