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by Russell Schneider

Free eBook More Tales from the Tribe Dugout download ISBN: 1582616809
Author: Russell Schneider
Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC (March 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 178
Category: Historical
Subcategory: Americas
Size MP3: 1132 mb
Size FLAC: 1211 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Russell Schneider was a sportswriter and columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer for more than thirty years before becoming a freelance writer.

Russell Schneider was a sportswriter and columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer for more than thirty years before becoming a freelance writer. He covered the Indians on a daily basis for fourteen years, from 1964 to 1977. Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase.

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Calling all Tribe fans! In this one-of-a-kind compendium of anecdotes, stats, and facts, Russell Schneider captures all .

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This colorful journey through the history of the Cleveland Indians provides dozens of entertaining memories, anecdotes, and stories in the players' and managers' own words.
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Thorgahuginn
THIS IS ANOTHER GREAT BOOK BY RUSS SCHNEIDER WHO ALSO WROTE THE FIRST BOOK OF THIS SERIES. IT BROUGHT BACK SOME GREAT NOSTALGIA FROM MY BOY HOOD WHEN I JUST COULDNT WAIT TO SEE THE TRIBE ON TV OR LIVE AT OLD MUNICIPAL STADIUM. THIS BOOK HAS SOME EXCELLENT SHORT STORY INTERVIEWS WITH MANY MANY EX TRIBESMAN. MAX ALVIS, JOE AZCUE, BUDDY BELL, LARRY BROWN, EDDIE MURRAY AND MY FAVORITE INTERVIEW, SAM MCDOWELL (WHO DISCUSSES HIS ALCOHOLISM.) A MUST READ FOR ALL WHO ARE IN THE TRIBE.
Jare
I wish I could give Russell Schneider five stars on this as I did the first in this series. More Tales from the Tribe Dugout is a good book and brings back a lot of memories about favorite players as well as some many won't be familiar with. As a fan for 70 years I appreciate the approach. Unfortunately, I read this book too soon after the original Tales from the Tribe Dugout as well as Pluto's Our Tribe. Many of the players covered were covered in the first book and when it is a Boudreau or a Feller or a Lemon, etc. that is no problem. There are others covered that I didn't care that much about the first time. Also there was less fun and more griping by players in this second book. I also found that some of the stories were repeats, either from the first book or from Pluto's book, old news. Though I think the use of alphabetical order was a plus, it would have been a nice history if the stories from both books were combined in one volume in sequence. It is a shame that there was not much information that could be collected before the early thirties and there are stories out there. Pluto proved that. I would like to see the author do some deep reserch in the beginnings of the Indians and cover that great championship team of 1920. The author of course tried to base the book on interviews, however he found it necessary to insert information to explain what the person interviewed was talking about. Therefore it wouldn't have hurt to have made this a real history, both oral and researched. Otherwise, please don't try a third one like this. I did enjoy this one, I just felt a bit let down.