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The Mouth That Roared: My Six Outspoken Decades in Baseball, Dallas Green and Alan Maimon

Author Name    Dallas Green and Alan Maimon

Title   The Mouth That Roared: My Six Outspoken Decades in Baseball

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   New

Jacket Condition   New

Type   Book

Edition   1st Edition

Publisher   Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. Triumph Books 2013

ISBN Number    160078805X / 9781600788055

Seller ID   000161

Dust Jacket Included, Foreword by Jayson Stark **ADDITIONAL SHIPPING MAY APPLY TO INTERNATIONAL ORDERS** About the book: From profanity-laced clubhouse tirades and outspoken opinions on the state of the game to tears at an emotional funeral for his murdered granddaughter, Dallas Green tells his story for the first time in this autobiography. In his nearly 60 years in baseball as a pitcher; manager of three franchises, including both New York squads, the Mets and Yankees; general manager; and executive, Dallas Green has never minced words or shied away from making enemies. Though many bristled at his gruff style, nobody could argue with the result of his leadership: as manager of the Philadelphia Phillies, he led the team to a World Series championship in 1980 and as general manger of the Chicago Cubs, he pulled off one of the most lopsided trades in the history of the sport by dealing journeyman Ivan DeJesus to the Phillies in exchange for Larry Bowa and future Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg. This larger-than-life baseball personality shares insights from the mound, the dugout, and the front office as well as anecdotes of some of the games biggest stars and encounters with the press, player agents, and the unions. Dallas Green also shares his feelings about his granddaughter, Christina-Taylor Green, who was shot and killed by a deranged stalker in Tucson, Arizona, during an assassination attempt on the life of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. Knowing that the loss of his beloved granddaughter has irrevocably changed him, Green discusses how, in the wake of her death, baseball became a coping mechanism for him.

Phillies, Mets, Dallas, Green, Sports

Price = 24.00 USD



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