More Tales from the Cubs Dugout

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More Tales from the Cubs Dugout lets the reader bite off a huge chunk of tasty Cubs fun and fantasy, heartbreak and happiness during unforgettable afternoons in the sun, rain, wind and fog that make every inning an adventure at Wrigley Field. Bob Logan broke in on the Cubs beat when Leo "The Lip" Durocher was their manager, struggling to overcome an agonizing finish to the incredible summer of 1969. This book is crammed with stories, quotes, anecdotes and inside stuff from Logan's personal relationship with the ...
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Overview

More Tales from the Cubs Dugout lets the reader bite off a huge chunk of tasty Cubs fun and fantasy, heartbreak and happiness during unforgettable afternoons in the sun, rain, wind and fog that make every inning an adventure at Wrigley Field. Bob Logan broke in on the Cubs beat when Leo "The Lip" Durocher was their manager, struggling to overcome an agonizing finish to the incredible summer of 1969. This book is crammed with stories, quotes, anecdotes and inside stuff from Logan's personal relationship with the managers, players and front-office people on the Cubs scene since then. He has dealt with and written about them all, from Ernie Banks, Billy Williams and Fergie Jenkins to Sammy Sosa, Ryne Sandberg and Dusty Baker. Every chapter is full of enjoyable Cubs lore, legendary characters such as broadcasters Harry Caray and Jack Brickhouse, and days of despair, especially the playoff foldups of 1984, '89 and '98. Logan touches all the bases, taking us along for a must-read tour of the Cubs and their Friendly Confines. Win or lose, the Cubs are always front page news in Chicago. More Tales from the Cubs Dugout brings to life the excitement and magic of the team, its fans, and their hallowed patch of turf located at Clark and Addison streets.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781582615615
  • Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 3/30/2003
  • Pages: 215
  • Product dimensions: 5.84 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Bob Logan is a longtime Chicago Tribune and Daily Herald writer who grew up in Philadelphia listening to Notre Dame radio broadcasts during Frank Leahy's dynasty years. He covered the Notre Dame beat during Lou Holtz's championship 1988 season.
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Table of Contents

Foreword iv
Preface vi
Chapter 1 The Last Quoter 1
Chapter 2 You Can't Beat Fun Guys at the Old Ballpark 19
Chapter 3 Cubbie Blue, We Love You 39
Chapter 4 Towers of Cubs Power 57
Chapter 5 Going Out of Their Masterminds 79
Chapter 6 The Walls of Ivy 103
Chapter 7 "Hey! Hey!" and "Holy Cow!" 125
Chapter 8 All Are Cubs--Some Are Flubs 147
Chapter 9 Hang Bunting, Not Crepe 169
Chapter 10 They Put the Wriggle in Wrigleyville 195
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2004

    Cubs Stories by the Dozen

    This is a good book for Cubs fans. It is a collection of stories about the Cubs. I thought it was only okay. It had some great stories that I had never heard before though. Some of the book was pretty boring. It just kind of dragged towards the end. Overall it was pretty good.

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