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Signed 1953 Topps Project: 82/274 (29.92%) complete
"After what I went through overseas, I never thought of anything I was told to do in baseball as hard work. You get over feeling like that when you spend days on end sleeping in frozen tank tracks in enemy-threatened territory. The Army taught me what's important and what isn't." Warren Spahn
I'm reading a book about anti-gravity. I can't put it down!
I wondered why the baseball was getting bigger. Then it hit me!
George Sisler's biography The Sizzler. It's ok so far. The best biographies I've read since the beginning of 2014 are:
Walter Johnson Baseball's Big Train by Henry W. Thomas
Nap Lajoie King of Ballplayers by David L. Fleitz
Eddie Collins by Rick Huhn
Smoky Joe Wood by Gerald Wood
George Sisler: The Sizzler by Rick Huhn
Casey Stengel: You Could Look It Up by Maury Allen
Last edited by bluesky5; 01-14-2015 at 10:23 PM.
I'm reading Andy McCue of SABR's Mover and Shaker, a biography of Walter O'Malley. It's impressive.