Another pick to click:
"The Glory of Their Times; The story of The Early Days of Baseball Told by the Men Who Played it."
by Lawrence S. Ritter (Quill, William Morrow, NY, NY, The Enlarged Edition 1985).
Another great book. This one is composed of many, many chapters each dedicated to a different player in the early days of the game. Players telling their story in their own words. Just a few: Rube Marquard, Lefty O'Doul, Goose Goslin, Paul Waner, Hank Greenberg, Joe Wood, ect,.
A very enjoyable book. S.O.
Mariner Central Adopt-A-Players
at Clinton LumberKings: 0-1, 4 GS, 21.1 in, 20 H, 9 r, 6 er, 4 bb, 14 k, as of 5/15
at Tacoma Rainiers 28 g, 109 ab's 19 r, 25 h, 8 2b, 2 3b, 6 hr, 31 rbi, 55 tb, 10 bb, 38 k, (.229/.304/.505/.839) as of 5/15
at Clinton LumberKings 30 g, 98 ab, 13 r, 17 h, 7 2b, 1 hr, 9 rbi, 27 tb, 13 bb, 16 k, (.173/.277/.276/.552) as of 5/15
Luis Liberato - probably DSL
Johan Limonta now with York of the Indy League
Greg Halman RIP
Tom Wilhelmsen now closing for the big club
King 5 Weather @ Safeco Field