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A wonderful read for any baseball fan and a must read for any Cardinals fan.
Saint Louis Cardinals, hereafter known as "The Gashouse Gang", won the World Series, they have had an excellent book released on their exploits and accomplishments.
I've read other books about Dizzy Dean and the Gashouse Gang, but this was easily the most enjoyable.
There is a great deal of things that people don't realize about how that team survived so much off the field with Dizzy Dean leaving the team for awhile and still winning the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mark Ducharme
If you like baseball history and particularly St. Louis Cardinals' history, you will love this book. Read morePublished 11 months ago by rocketrodcub
It's a real pleasure for us baseball lovers, to read about such extraordinary players of the '30s. It is unbelievable to learn how a pitcher like Dizzy Dean could pitch two games... Read morePublished 12 months ago by JLTRAVA
An enjoyable bit of Americana, this non-fiction book is a period piece of old fashioned sports writing, devoted mainly to the rise of the St. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Edgar L. Chapman
I consider Dizzy Dean the greatest pitcher of all time and this book reinforces my belief. It vividly brings back to life the ole "Gashouse Gang" and may they live in... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Loy Mauch
Very good book. Paints the early days of baseball in a human light. The carefree days and colorful light players of the Gashouse gang.Published 20 months ago by Mark Manning