5 edition of Sparky Anderson found in the catalog.
Discusses Sparky Anderson"s early career as a baseball player in minor and major leagues and his later success as manager of the Detroit Tigers.
|Statement||by Bruce Weber ; edited by Michael E. Goodman.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|Contributions||Goodman, Michael E.|
|LC Classifications||GV865.A48 W43 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||88014985|
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Beautiful brand new/old stock Detroit Tigers- Bless You Boys World Series Edition by Sparky Anderson & Dan Ewald hardcover book with dustjacket. Buyer to pay $4 s&h in USA, $25 to Canada, $32 to Europe and S. America & $32 to Australia, Japan, Pacific Rim. Multiple purchase shipping discount if shipped at one Rating: % positive. George Lee Anderson’s big league playing career lasted one season and yielded a batting average in games. But Anderson’s second act in the majors – as a manager – ran for 26 seasons. And this time, the Hall of Fame came calling at the end of a run that produced three World Series titles and more than 2, victories. “Sparky” had proven that he belonged.
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George Lee "Sparky" Anderson (Febru – November 4, ) was an American Major League Baseball (MLB) player, coach, and managed the National League's Cincinnati Reds to the and championships, then added a third title in with the Detroit Tigers of the American on was the first manager to win the World Series in both g average "Sparky!" Sparky Anderson book Anderson's chronicle of his managerial years, especially his triumphs () and trials () with the Detoit Tigers.
He explains how he stressed himself right into the hospital inand what he learned about it. Great inisghts into the many star players he has seen and managed during his years in the big leagues/5(3).
"Sparky!" is Anderson's chronicle of his managerial years, especially his triumphs () and trials () with the Detoit Tigers. He explains how he stressed himself right into the hospital inand what he learned about it. Great inisghts into the many star players he has seen and managed during his years in the big leagues/5(3).
Books By Sparky Anderson All Formats Paperback Hardcover Sort by: Sort by: Popularity. They Call Me Sparky Apr 1, by Sparky Anderson, Dan Ewald Hardcover. $ Only 1 left in stock. I bought this book hoping to learn something from the great Sparky Anderson. I tried to like this book but I had two problems with it.
1) Sparky says not to make life about money. I agree with this statement %. My issue with it is that the people who say "do not make life or a career about money" usually have lots of it.
Sparky was a manager 4/4(11). Sparky Anderson, American professional baseball manager who Sparky Anderson book a career record of 2, wins and 1, losses and led his teams to three World Series titles (,and ).
He was the first manager to win a World Series in both the American and National leagues. This is manager Sparky Anderson's day-by-day, game-by-game diary of the Detroit Tigers' spectacular march to the World Series championship.
This is not a kiss-and-tell, gossipy sports book, but a straight-forward journal of a baseball s: 8. In the tradition of Tuesdays With Morrie, Dan Ewald pens a memoir of his friendship with legendary Tigers manager Sparky Anderson, the man who taught him not only the nuances of baseball, but the importance of life's unwritten rules.
Few sports figures, regardless of their position, have generated as much good will as Sparky Anderson, the legendary manager for the Cincinnati Reds and the. 2/22/ - 11/4/ | Visit Guest Book. Sparky Anderson (Photo: Mark Cunningham/Getty Images Sport) THOUSAND OAKS, Calif.
(AP) - Sparky Anderson, the white-haired Hall of Fame manager who. Sparky Anderson. Position: Manager. lb (cm, 77kg) Born: Febru in Bridgewater, SD us.
Died: November 4, in Thousand Oaks, CA. High School: Susan Miller Dorsey HS (Los Angeles, CA) Hall of Fame: Inducted as Manager in (Voted by Veteran's Committee) Full Name: George Lee Anderson Nicknames: Captain Hook or Sparky. Sparky Anderson; Books by Sparky Anderson.
For the Love of the Tigers. Author: Frederick C. Klein, Mark Anderson (Illustrator), Sparky Anderson (Foreword) Hardcover May List Price: $ Compare Prices. Detroit Tigers Yesterday & Today. Sparky Anderson book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. With his familiar shock of white hair and craggy, prematurely aged f /5.
Sparky Anderson is the author of Bless You Boys ( avg rating, 98 ratings, 16 reviews, published ), They Call Me Sparky ( avg rating, 38 ratin 4/5.
In Sparky and Me, Dan imparts to readers his best friend's spirit through his unforgettable life lessons and stories only the two of them shared. "Like a wizard, Sparky Anderson was white-haired and wise, and sitting with him was like visiting with an : St.
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Bless You Boys: Diary of the Detroit Tigers’ Season. Contemporary Books. Anderson, Sparky, and Si Burick. The Main Spark: Sparky Anderson and the Cincinnati Reds. Doubleday & Company, Inc. Pattison, Mark. “Excerpts From CNS Newsmaker Interview with Sparky Anderson” Catholic News Service, Aug Triumph Books, with archival material from both the Detroit Free Press and The Cincinnati Enquirer is proud to present this tribute to one of the great baseball personalities of the twentieth century.
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The only manager ever to win a World Series ring in both the American and National leagues, his name is synonymous with success in every major-league city in the country. He reveals the inside story of his abrupt dismissal from the Reds, his dramatic reemergence with Detroit, and how.
Get this from a library! Sparky Anderson. [Bruce Weber; Michael E Goodman] -- Discusses Sparky Anderson's early career as a baseball player in minor and major leagues and his later success as manager of the Detroit Tigers.Sparky Anderson. AKA George Lee Anderson. Reds and Tigers manager.
Birthplace: Bridgewater, SD Location of death: Thousand Oaks, CA Cause of death: unspecified. Gender. Played just one season in the big leagues, batting as a second baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies inbut made his mark as a manager.
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