7 edition of The lords of baseball found in the catalog.
Originally published: New York, NY : Praeger, c1976.
|LC Classifications||GV875.A1 P37 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 331 p. :|
|Number of Pages||331|
|LC Control Number||2001091257|
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"The Lords of Baseball" is an insightful analysis of the business of baseball- the relationship between capital and labor, and their precarious relationship with the fans who attend games. For many a baseball enthusiast, this is a timely reminder that baseball is not merely a sport or pastime/5(33). The Lords of Baseball is a wonderful book, well worth reading. donzblock. 2. donzblock. 2. Post #2 T Yes, it is. Of particular interest are the shots Harold Parrott takes at Walter O'Malley; also, Parrott recounts the time in the Brooklyn Dodgers were forced to play a twi-night doubleheader illegally in.
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The book is extremely well researched and brings many events together to explain why Major League Baseball is where it is when the book ends in the early nineteen nineties. The only disappointment I had with the book is that it stops before one of the most significant and controversial events in Major League Baseball history, the by: "The Lords of Baseball" is a MUST read for all baseball fans, regardless of age.
Parrott's life inside baseball journalism and club management for over four decades provide an absolute treasure trove of behind the scenes 'fly on the wall' information available nowhere else within baseball/5(13). The Lords of Baseball is an insiders look from Harold Parrott.
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THE LORD'S BASEBALL GAME. Bob and the Lord stood by to observe a baseball game. The Lord's team was playing Satan's team.
The Lord's team was at bat, the score was tied zero to zero, and it was the bottom of the 9th inning with two outs. They continued to watch as a batter stepped up to the plate whose name was Love.
A bright and breezy close-up of assorted baseball owners and their shenanigans, as recorded by a former sportswriter turned Dodger road secretary and San Diego Padre ticket manager. Parrott began his career beside Nunnally Johnson on the Brooklyn Eagle sports desk back in the days of Babe Herman and Van Lingle Mungo.
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THE LORD'S BASEBALL GAME I hope you enjoy this as much as I did. Bob and the Lord stood by to observe a baseball game. The Lord's team was playing Satan's team. The Lord's team was at bat, the score was tied zero to zero, and it was the bottom of the 9th inning with two outs.
Bob Costas, the super star of TV sportscasters, is expected to blast the lords of baseball in his first book, which he just finished writing for the Broadway Books imprint of Random House Inc.
Wall Street Journal reporter Helyar (coauthor of Barbarians at the Gate, ) colorfully argues that baseball has been run poorly from its humble 19th-century beginnings to its current status as a multibillion-dollar enterprise. A brief passage near the end of Helyar's book has already sparked a controversy.
In an almost offhand quote, New York Mets owner Nelson Doubleday allegedly refers to.The 50 Greatest Baseball Books of All Time. John Helyar, The Lords of the Realm () This a colorful and insightful history of baseball's labor-management relations up through the strike, but it doesn't read at all like a book about economics.
It is filled with fascinating anecdotes, profiles of players, owners, agents, and.