From the dugout to the locker room, the team's chemistry, Gibson offers a behind-the-scenes look at the lives of the players, and clubhouse culture. Pitch by pitch gets inside the head of bob gibson on October 2, 1968, when he took the mound for game one of the World Series against the Detroit Tigers and struck out a record seventeen batters.
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The Year of the Pitcher: Bob Gibson, Denny McLain, and the End of Baseball's Golden AgeHoughton Mifflin Harcourt #ad - Mclain won more than 30 games in 1968, a feat not achieved since 1934 and untouched since. Gibson set a major league record that year with a 1. 12 era. Denny mclain, his adversary, was a crass self-promoter who eschewed the team charter and his Detroit Tigers teammates to zip cross-country in his own plane.
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An October to Remember 1968: The Tigers-Cardinals World Series as Told by the Men Who Played in ItSports Publishing #ad - An october to remember 1968: the tigers-cardinals world series as told by the Men Who Played in It recalls one of baseball's most celebrated championship series from the voices of the players who still remain--a collected narrative from a bygone era of major-league baseball as they reflect fifty years later.
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Ten Innings at Wrigley: The Wildest Ballgame Ever, with Baseball on the BrinkHenry Holt and Co. #ad - And then the second inning started. Ten innings at wrigley is kevin cook’s vivid account of a game that could only have happened at this ballpark, clubhouse jester Tug McGraw, scarred Vietnam vet Garry Maddox, surly slugger Dave Kingman, troubled relief pitcher Donnie Moore, with this colorful cast of heroes and heels: Hall of Famers Mike Schmidt and Bruce Sutter, unlucky Bill Buckner, in this era, hustler Pete Rose, and two managers pulling out what was left of their hair.
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