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Red Sox Baseball in the Days of Ike and Elvis: The Red Sox of the 1950s
- Updated: October 26, 2012
The Red Sox of the 1950s did not win many games, yet they won over the hearts of many New England residents, making them lifelong fans. RED SOX BASEBALL IN THE DAYS OF IKE AND ELVIS looks back at the decade and collects the biographies of 46 men who made the team what it was, including owner Tom Yawkey, manager Lou Boudreau, and players like Ted Williams and Pumpie Green.
Edited by Mark Armour (the founder of SABR’s Biography Project) and Bill Nowlin (author of numerous books on the Red Sox and Ted Williams), written and researched by a diverse team of SABR members, RED SOX BASEBALL IN THE DAYS OF IKE AND ELVIS is a must-have for any fan of the Sox franchise. Illustrated with nearly 100 photos from the
Red Sox team archive, the big, beautiful book runs almost 400 pages. In its ebook form, it includes all the photos, as well.
RED SOX BASEBALL is the latest book in the SABR Digital Library, which combines new books of research like this one with re-issues in digital form of previous SABR publications. SABR Digital Library titles are available from all major ebook retailers and paperback editions can also be found on Amazon.com or requested at any independent bookstore.
The book is available from Amazon.com and all major ebook retailers.
More information on the book and where to order it can be found on SABR.org here:http://sabr.org/latest/sabr-digital-library-red-sox-baseball-days-ike-and-elvis