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by Robert Gaunt

Download We Would Have Played Forever: The Story of the Coastal Plain Baseball League eBook
ISBN:
0945164025
Author:
Robert Gaunt
Language:
English
Publisher:
Baseball America; Firsr Edition edition (November 1, 1997)
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Start by marking We Would Have Played Forever: The Story of the Coastal Plain Baseball League as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Mr. Gaunt has captured the spirit of baseball in the towns of Eastern North Carolina and the important role the game played in the lives of fans there. The Coastal Plain League shut down for the duration of World War II but returned in 1946 and achieved even greater glory over the following few seasons.

We Would Have Played Forever : The Story of the Coastal Plain Baseball League.

Gaunt, Robert (1997). We Would Have Played Forever: The Story of the Coastal Plain Baseball League. Baseball America, Inc. ISBN 45164-02-5. The Professional Baseball Players Database . All-time Tiger coaches. This biographical article relating to an American baseball infielder is a stub.

After the war Livengood played more minor league ball through the 1952 season and sometimes served as the a player-manager, as he. . Baseball America, In.

After the war Livengood played more minor league ball through the 1952 season and sometimes served as the a player-manager, as he did for Kinston in 1951. His best year was in 1938 when he went 21-9 with an ERA of . 6 for the Class D Bassett Furnituremakers. Another outstanding campaign was 1943 when he went 18-10 for Milwaukee.

We Would Have Played Forever: The Story of the Coastal Plain Baseball League. The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, second ed. Durham, North Carolina: Baseball America, Inc. p. 295. Holaday, J. Chris (1998). Professional Baseball in North Carolina: An Illustrated City-by-City History, 1901–1996. ISBN 637189-8-3. Gaunt, Robert (1997). Charlie Keller Statistics".

his major league career including a stint as the skipper of the Kinston Eagles of the Coastal Plain League.

Millies had a long career as a minor league manager following his major league career including a stint as the skipper of the Kinston Eagles of the Coastal Plain League. After his minor league managerial career, Millies was a scout for the New York Mets through the end of the 1970's. During World War II, Millies served in the Navy. Year-by-Year Managerial Record. cite book author Gaunt, Robert title We Would Have Played Forever: The Story of the Coastal Plain Baseball League publisher Baseball America, In. php?title Wes Livengood&oldid 907893246". Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference (Minors). This biographical article relating to a baseball infielder is a stub.

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One of the best researched books on a minor league. Should be read by anyone interested in the minor leagues and/or how they affected local areas in years past.
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This book may be the most interesting and most painstakingly researched minor league history ever published. Mr. Gaunt has captured the spirit of baseball in the towns of Eastern North Carolina and the important role the game played in the lives of fans there. This book covers the league history from it's inception in 1934 as a semi-pro league for college players to its entry into true professional baseball in 1937. The league quickly became one of the most respected Class D leagues in the entire country for its high level of play. The Coastal Plain League shut down for the duration of World War II but returned in 1946 and achieved even greater glory over the following few seasons. The author covers all aspects of the league from the great players and teams, to the colorful stories and legendary characters, to the reasons for the eventual demise of the league following the 1952 season. A must-read for those interested in the history of the game or anyone who just wants a good read.