For years and years, the Baltimore Orioles were the envy of every Major League Baseball team with stars like Frank Robinson, Rick Dempsey, and Cal Ripken, Jr. bringing pennants and flags home to Baltimore. This is a must-own book of stories for every true fan!
From Memorial Stadium to Camden yards, now Orioles fans can relive the greatest moments in Baltimore baseball history with Louis Berney’s revised edition of Tales from the Baltimore Orioles Dugout. Berney provides countless stories of players, filling the pages with both memorable moments on the field and silly anecdotes from in the clubhouse or on the road. Individually, these stories are funny, poignant, and eccentric.:
- Bob Turley, Joe Durham, Billy O’Dell
- Gus Triandos, Brooks Robinson, Bob Boyd
- Milt Pappas, Jackie Brandt, Jim Gentile
- Boog Powell, Robin Roberts, Paul Blair
- Jim Palmer, Earl Weaver, Al Bumbry
- Ken Singleton, Mike Flanagan, Rick Dempsey
- Tippy Martinez, Steve Stone, Cal Ripken, Jr.
- And many, many more!
Collectively, they offer a portrait of a team that is as much a family and a community treasure as it is a professional sports organization. Tales from the Baltimore Orioles Dugout
is truly a must-have for any Orioles fan.
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bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.