Whatever Happened to Super Joe?: Catching Up with 45 Good Old Guys from the Bad Old Days of the Cleveland Indians

Whatever Happened to Super Joe Catching Up with Good Old Guys from the Bad Old Days of the Cleveland Indians From the mid s through the mid s the Cleveland Indians fielded teams that just couldn t win Yet each lousy team in those bad old days had its share of good guys likeable and colorful young m

  • Title: Whatever Happened to Super Joe?: Catching Up with 45 Good Old Guys from the Bad Old Days of the Cleveland Indians
  • Author: Russell Schneider
  • ISBN: 9781598510270
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the mid 1950s through the mid 1990s, the Cleveland Indians fielded teams that just couldn t win Yet each lousy team in those bad old days had its share of good guys, likeable and colorful young men who earned a spot in fans hearts, if not the Hall of Fame Like Super Joe Charboneau, whose Rookie of the Year season inspired a nickname, a book, and a theme song, tFrom the mid 1950s through the mid 1990s, the Cleveland Indians fielded teams that just couldn t win Yet each lousy team in those bad old days had its share of good guys, likeable and colorful young men who earned a spot in fans hearts, if not the Hall of Fame Like Super Joe Charboneau, whose Rookie of the Year season inspired a nickname, a book, and a theme song, though his career flamed out fast Catch up with 45 former Indians players and find out what they think now about their playing days and their lives after baseball Sometimes nostalgic, often humorous and insightful, their stories recall an age before multi million dollar superstars, when the players were in it for the love of the game.

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    1. This was a great book - so much Tribe history and little nuggets of golden history contained within the pages of this book. A good portion of the players I had no recollection of mainly from the 50’s, 60’s and early 70’s. It is amazing what players the Tribe had and some in passing or in their final years. Bobby Bonds to be one (He is part of a story of another Indian). Or that Ken “Hawk” Harrelson of the White Sox once played for the Indians too. They were always rebuilding and rebuil [...]

    2. This is more for sports fans, but an interesting read about the brief histories of several Cleveland Indian's players. Liked the interviews with many of the players.

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