Tales from the Detroit Tigers Dugout
  • Tales from the Detroit Tigers Dugout
  • Tales from the Detroit Tigers Dugout

Tales from the Detroit Tigers Dugout

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by Jack Ebling
     
 

The Detroit Tigers are among baseball's most celebrated franchises. Four WorldChampionships and five other World Series appearances are the result of someof the game's greatest players having worn the old English "D." Names like Cobband Kaline, Greenberg and Gehringer, and Gibson and Trammell starred duringtheir days as Tigers. Readers will delight to these old and…  See more details below

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The Detroit Tigers are among baseball's most celebrated franchises. Four WorldChampionships and five other World Series appearances are the result of someof the game's greatest players having worn the old English "D." Names like Cobband Kaline, Greenberg and Gehringer, and Gibson and Trammell starred duringtheir days as Tigers. Readers will delight to these old and new anecdotes aboutDetroit baseball lore, recalling colorful players like pitchers Denny McLain andMickey Lolich; the '84 Tigers' brilliant 35-5 start en route to a championship; andthe 1999 finale at venerable Tiger Stadium when nearly 200 of its former starsreturned for one last hurrah.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781596701939
Publisher:
Sports Publishing LLC
Publication date:
04/01/2007
Pages:
200
Sales rank:
829,191
Product dimensions:
5.80(w) x 8.32(h) x 0.72(d)

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2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is not a great book but it is a whole bunch of fun to read. Many of the stories are already well-known to us Tiger fans but some were brand new. The insight gained in some of the chapters was very interesting. I think there are a few factual mistakes or liberties taken with the writing, i.e., Al Kaline wore #25 his first year in the majors and Mr. Ebling seems to give the impression he was always #6. Nevertheless, it is very worthwhile reading for any Tiger fan!!