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|No fan should even consider following the next season without arming himself with this book first." --Jane Heller, author of "Confessions of a She-Fan"|
|Even rarer was the forecaster (general manager, media analyst, or fantasy-|
league expert)—if there was one—who predicted that White ... In five previous
years with the Sox, Garland had a combined won-lost record of 46-51, a career
ERA of 4.68 (never better than 4.38), ... A team without a dominant superstar, the
Sox enjoyed career seasons from Garland, Jose Con- treras, Neal Cotts, Cliff
Politte, and ...
|Everyday thatthe Red Wings had a home game during that summer of'83,I'd take |
the No.7 citybus to SilverStadium, ... To myknowledge, no one in uniform—not
manager Lance Nichols, not any the players—ever questioned of my presence.
|He soon began to sulk and loaf—his batting eye went lame; No home runs on the |
score card now were chalked against his name; The fans without exception gave
the manager no ... The lane is long, some one has said, that never turns again.
|Mark Shapiro became the Indians' general manager after the 2001 season. On |
the surface ... The Indians had won six division titles in the last seven years,
never winning less than 86 games. ... “No one knew what was coming,” said
|If he thought a play would win him a ballgame, he put it on no matter how crazy it |
looked to everyone else. ... No one ever wins anything by playing it safe.” ... “I
never knew any manager who put together a great record without great players.
|'Never heard of girls' football?' asked Helen. 'Yes,' said ... 'Yes,ledby the manager |
withno brain,' saidKev. 'And no car ... 'No ball games allowed,' he read, only paint
balloons had been thrownat it so thattheNo wascovered up. 'You listening?
|However, no manager can compete with strong clubs with a weak team, and |
make much headway. That was just what Chance ... Game after game appeared
won, only to be lost in the final innings by a slump in the pitching or sotne costly ...
Then he took from a pocket in his baseball trousers as varied a collection of “
hoodo0busters" as I have ever seen. He had all ... “I guess a fellow needs ball-
players, not goodluck pieces, to win ball games, Billy,” said Chance. with a smile.
“But, say ...
|They don't wanna see no 1-to-nothin' ballgames, or 2- 1 ballgames. ... [Laughs] If |
I was pitchin' a good game — a tight ballgame — and the manager'd take me out,
he'd hear it all up and down the line; "Let him lose his own damn game." When ...
|We shuffled along the wall until we were right outside the door, so we could listen|
. A sign on this door said “Pauline Polka, Stadium Manager.” “Do you guys do this
a lot?” asked Peter. “I mean, sneak around and listen in on “Kind of,” Gum said.