“Memories are kept alive and new ones made in Clavin and Peary’s splendid, moving tribute to Hodges…All baseball fans will appreciate this fascinating journey into history.”—Larry King
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Terrific book about a GREAT Ballplayer and a Hall of Famer that has been looked over..! (It disgusts me that Gil is not in the Hall and he's the main reason why I have lost respect... Read morePublished 7 months ago by CrackerJack
The authors never say it directly, but the implication is certainly there: subject Hodges is the best pre-expansion era major leaguer who's not in the Baseball Hall of Fame. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Tom Gregg
A great man, a great ballplayer but unrecognized by the Hall of Fame. He belongs there as much as any great right handed first base slugger from the fifties. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Harris Marmor
I've long felt that Hodges belongs in Cooperstown. This is a well researched biog of the Brooklyn Dodgers' great firstbaseman & later manager of the "Miracle Mets". Read morePublished 16 months ago by voracious reader