Newark Bears (Il) Players: Walter Johnson, Tris Speaker, Sherm Lollar, Hank Majeski, Buddy Rosar, Aaron Robinson, Waite Hoyt, Billy Werber

 
9781155633701: Newark Bears (Il) Players: Walter Johnson, Tris Speaker, Sherm Lollar, Hank Majeski, Buddy Rosar, Aaron Robinson, Waite Hoyt, Billy Werber

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 37. Chapters: Walter Johnson, Tris Speaker, Sherm Lollar, Hank Majeski, Buddy Rosar, Aaron Robinson, Waite Hoyt, Billy Werber, Phil Weintraub, Johnny Lindell, Eddie Rommel, George Burns, Spud Chandler, Ralph Shinners, Lloyd Brown, Johnny Murphy, Hank Borowy, Vic Raschi, Joe Page, Jack Phillips, Babe Dahlgren, Cy Seymour, Jim Bagby, Sr., Johnny Neun, Bullet Joe Bush, Pete Appleton, Johnny Cooney, Ike Boone, Nick Etten, Hal Smith, Bob Shawkey, Bud Metheny, Bruno Haas, Ivy Andrews, Jimmy Ring, Mike Wilson, Wade Lefler, Don Johnson, Bill Lamar, Joe Collins, Lee Meadows, Lew Flick, Milt Shoffner, Ferrell Anderson, Johnny Babich, Earl Harrist, Tom Downey, Joe Mack, Roy Carlyle, Buddy Hassett, Rowdy Elliott, Lil Stoner, Lena Styles, Buzz Boyle, Eddie Basinski, Jack Doscher, Joe Vance, George Puccinelli, Parson Perryman, Dick Porter, Pete Sivess, Fred Frankhouse, Vince Barton, Les Powers, Jay Difani, Clay Touchstone, Max Rosenfeld, Charlie Whitehouse, Hank Workman, Ken Jones, Milo Candini, Tony DePhillips, Ham Schulte, Bill Conroy, Jim Walkup, Jesse Altenburg, Jim Greengrass, Claude Corbitt, Howie Camp, Lefty Russell, Chet Clemens, Tony Daniels, Bob Barrett, Bill Webb, Leo Callahan. Excerpt: As manager Walter Perry Johnson (November 6, 1887 - December 10, 1946), nicknamed "Barney" and "The Big Train", was a Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher. He played his entire 21-year baseball career for the Washington Senators (1907-1927). He would later serve as manager of the Senators from 1929-1932 and for the Cleveland Indians from 1933-1935. One of the most celebrated and dominating players in baseball history, Johnson established several pitching records, some of which remain unbroken. He remains by far the all-time career leader in shutouts with 110, second with 417 wins, and fourth in complete games with 531. He once held the career r...

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