3 edition of Big Dan Brouthers Baseballs First Great Slugger found in the catalog.
|Statement||McFarland & CoInc|
|Publishers||McFarland & CoInc|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
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Although he moved from Wappingers Falls to New York City in 1907, the Big Apple would never be his home as The Sage of Wappingers Falls would never not call Wappingers Falls his home. 342 ranks ninth on the all-time list, tied with another great slugger, guy named Babe Ruth. Inhe was not as dominant a player, as injuries limited him to 77 games at age 35.
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Brouthers also drove the ball harder and farther than any other Big Dan Brouthers Baseballs First Great Slugger in the nineteenth century, hitting the longest home runs ever in many of that era's ballparks. Grew up thinking Stan Musial and Mel Ott were old timers, but Big Dan was a revelation. He was granted full freedom in his responsibility to recruit new players for the Giants and given every financial resource needed to close the deals with up and coming players. 504 a Includes bibliographical references p.
Turns outa native of Dutchess County, was quite a ballplayer. Kerr found many widespread, intransigent errors imbedded in the accepted life story of Brouthers.
Language eng Summary " This comprehensive biography of Dan Brouthers examines his life and career from his youth to his final years as an attendant at the Polo Grounds. There is no player truly similar to Brouthers, but all ten of the most-similar players to him are in the Hall of Fame, with the most similar beinganother 19th century slugger.
This comprehensive biography of Dan Brouthers examines his life and career from his youth as an apprentice in a print and dye factory to his final years as an attendant at the Polo Grounds.
He was the greatest slugger, but he was much more than that. Big Dan Brouthers: Baseball's First Great Slugger. View at the Baseball Hall of Fame plaque, photos, videos.
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Although his 107 career home runs ranks only fourth among nineteenth-century players, he lost many would-be round trippers to local ground rules.
342 ranks ninth on the all-time list, tied with another great slugger, guy named Babe Ruth.
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