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I thought the book was well written and well researched. The author really gave you insight and a feeling for the times that Satchel Paige not only grew up in but what he... Read morePublished 10 days ago by James W. Thanos
Loaded with baseball both from a historical and statistical point. Great read!Published 15 days ago by wayne hall
It was ok. It was very long and I think some of the information didn't need to be written. I kept looking to see if I was finished.Published 29 days ago by Shirley
I remember I enjoyed it. I have read about 40 books since i read this one, so cannot comment on other aspects of Satchel.Published 1 month ago by katiemg
If you love baseball and history this is the book for you. Well written and very infirmativePublished 1 month ago by Carla Ferguson
If you love baseball you'll love this book. Satch was a pioneer.Published 3 months ago by Janet L. Muck
It is sad that Satchel wasn't chosen to integrate baseball because no one deserved more. In 1963 I played for a semi-pro team against the Kansas City Monarchs and batted twice... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joe L. Beck
If I were to ask you to name the greatest pitchers of all-time, you’d probably throw me back a list that included Christy Mathewson, Cy Young and Walter Johnson. Read morePublished 4 months ago by SportsChump