Great insigtht to a baseball legend of th2 20th century.
Stengel's early years are entertaining and provide a good look into the teens, 20's and 30's of baseball so if that's what you're after then you'll like this book.
Author Robert Creamer uses straightforward readable prose, and the result is a very good and informative biography.
I got this months ago. Shipped promptly and as advertised. Would use againPublished 1 month ago by Donald W. Carter
It's Creamer, it's Casey, it's the Yankees of the fifties and the Mets of the '60's. What else can I say? A lot of fun.Published 2 months ago by Still a Phillies Phan
This is a great read for any Baseball fan. Pioneer and personality of the game. I recommend , lots of history.Published 9 months ago by tom jarman
This is only a pedestrian account of Casey Stengel who won ten pennants and seven World Series as manager of the Yankees, a record of success unequaled in professional sports. Read morePublished 22 months ago by CANNIBAL
Great insigtht to a baseball legend of th2 20th century. The story of the man and the game of baseball are will written.Published on November 17, 2012 by Rob D. Robinson
This was a great read about one of the greatest managers of all time. I was not aware of how great a career he had as a player. Read morePublished on October 2, 2012 by Catlike
Stengel was always fascinating to me. All I ever knew of him as a kid was that he managed the Mets. Creamer writes this book similar to his book on Babe Ruth. Read morePublished on April 20, 2012 by Art Rawspine
A thoughtfully detailed account separating the real Stengel from Stengel the legend. Creamer did his homework in thoroughly researching Casey Stengel the ballplayer (he was very... Read morePublished on January 8, 2010 by E. Greenaker
This is one of the best baseball books I have ever read. Not only is it a book about the life of Casey Stengel, but it is a good history of the game of baseball. Read morePublished on July 14, 2009 by Wm Reid Whitaker Jr.