Published September 2001
by McFarland & Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||246|
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Cool papas and double duties: the all-time greats of the Negro Leagues Item Preview remove-circle "For this book, more than 50 former Negro Leaguers and baseball historians were asked to vote for players they believe should have been included in the Hall of Fame - and to select an All-Time Negro League All-Star Team. Pages: Further Reading. Dick Clark and Larry Lester, eds., The Negro Leagues Book (); Donald Honig, A Donald Honig Reader (); William F. McNeil, Cool Papas and Double Duties: The All-Time Greats of the Negro Leagues () Robert Peterson, Only the Ball Was White: A History of Legendary Black Players and All-Black Professional Teams () Arthur Shaffer and Charles Korr, interview with Cool Author: Ted Ownby. 17 Larry Lester, Black Baseball’s National Showcase (Lincoln: University of Nebraska, ); NcNeil, Cool Papas and Double Duties; Chester Washington, "Sez Ches: The Scintillating Stevens Selects An All-Time All-Star Team," Pittsburgh Courier, Janu ; "Courier Experts' Roll of Honor," Pittsburgh Courier, Ap ; Negro. Looking for books by William F. McNeil? See all books authored by William F. McNeil, including Cool Papas and Double Duties: The All-Time Greats of the Negro Leagues, and Baseball's Other All-Stars: The Greatest Players from the Negro Leagues, the Japanese Leagues, the Mexican League, and the Pre Winter Leagues in Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, and more on
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