7 edition of Baseball has done it found in the catalog.
Originally published: Philadelphia : Lippincott, 1964.
|Statement||Jackie Robinson with an introduction by Spike Lee.|
|LC Classifications||GV865.R6 A2 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005003709|
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“That’s what this book is about how integration has come to baseball and how it can be achieved in every corner of the land.”—Jackie Robinson Back in print for the first time since its initial publication inBaseball Has Done It is an oral history of baseball and racial integration as told by its greatest players to the man Cited by: 6.
Much more than a sports book, Baseball Has Done It is an important document of the struggle for civil rights in the United States, one that speaks to the past while looking toward the future, with the belief that if baseball has done it—achieve integration—the rest of society can too.
As Jackie Robinson said, “The ballplayers who have Price: $ Get this from a library. Baseball has done it. [Jackie Robinson] -- "Jackie Robinson's theme is that integration in baseball has proved that Americans can live together in peaceful competition.
The theme is developed with a history of Negroes in baseball. Excerpts. In his book, Baseball Has Done It, Robinson was critical of Mays and Dodgers shortstop Maury Wills for two reasons, not agreeing to be interviewed for the book.
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Get this from a library. Baseball has done it. [Jackie Robinson] -- An oral history of baseball and racial integration, as told by its greatest players to the man who broke the color line, Jackie Robinson.
This has to be my all-time, favorite baseball book now. I love the stories. National League had teams that would become the Phillies, Cubs, Braves and Giants plus the Buffalo Bisons, Providence Grays, Cleveland Blues and Detroit Wolverines. Going out West was three day train ride to Chicago. All the players were iron men/5().
Hall of Fame second baseman Jackie Robinson has signed this hardcover copy of his book Baseball Has Done It. Robinson, one of the most influential players in baseball history, enjoyed a sterling 10 season career in the Major on, a six-time All-Star, won the inaugural Rookie of the Year award in baseball and was the National League MVP in Jeff Passan has created a literary daily Passan's book, "The Arm: Inside the Billion-Dollar Mystery of the Most Valuable Commodity in Sports," the Yahoo.
Sports baseball columnist has made what is essentially a medical topic readable. At the same time, he has done enough scholastic research to make this. What Balukjian learned is vividly documented in his recently published book, “The Wax Pack,” which has quickly become a favorite among baseball.
SIGNED BY JACKIE ROBINSON: FIRST EDITION OF BASEBALL HAS DONE IT. ROBINSON, Jackie. Baseball Has Done It. Philadelphia and New York: J.B. Lippincott, ().Octavo, original cream cloth, original dust jacket. Housed in a custom clamshell box.
Robert W. Creamer is an old-style sports writer, and this book an exemplar of some of the best writing by those old-style writers. He narrates in compelling fashion the baseball season, the first last before the United States entered World War II and many of the Reviews: 9.
Cooperstown, New York and Birmingham, Alabama, are both in the United States."" This then and now commentary by Jackie Robinson, from his childhood on when his mother taught him to respect himself and to see that he received respect from others, is partly the story of the man who helped to bring integration to baseball, and since his retirement from the game, to further the cause elsewhere.
Phyllis J. Perry (a former school teacher) has done an absolutely outstanding job in writing a book for the “ages” and I use the term “ages” in a dual meaning way. It is a book an adult can read and be thoroughly engrossed and entertained and so can ten-year-old fifth graders.
What Balukjian learned is vividly documented in his recently published book, “The Wax Pack,” which has quickly become a favorite among baseball-hungry fans during the coronavirus pandemic. Originally published: Philadelphia: Lippincott, Pages: Baseball, as I pointed out in the book, it’s always been somewhat of a cyclical-natured thing.
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And because the book was published before the Yankees signed Cole, Little Luke still has the uniform No. Voit gave that to Cole and switched to 59 — honoring his little brother, John, who. The sun has set on Cortland, New York. I’m somewhere around hour number 36 of coverage for the SUNYAC Baseball Championship.
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