THE BOSTON RED SOX by Frederick G. Lieb

THE BOSTON RED SOX

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The ups and downs of one of the great baseball teams of all times. Boston has always been known as a great baseball town, from the start of baseball, and back in 1869 had a championship team. This is the story of the Red Sox with their many American League championships and winning of the world series, until 1946 when the underdog St. Louis Cardinals won. Full of dramatic victories, of great ball players like Speaker, Joe Wood, of great managers like Carrigan and Joe Cronin.... Another baseball book that shows that baseball is big business as well as America's favorite sport.

Pub Date: May 23rd, 1947
Publisher: Putnam