7 edition of Addie Joss found in the catalog.
January 1, 1998
by Society for American Baseball Research
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||141|
In a short, but stellar career, Addie Joss earned much respect from teammates, fans, and competitors alike. On this one day in October , he not only delivered at a time his team needed it most, but in doing so he turned in perhaps the most “perfectly efficient perfect game” that baseball will ever :// It was a game for the ages. Arthur Daley of the New York Times, 50 years later, described the performance by Addie Joss as, â€œthe most astonishing clutch job baseball has had.â€ Despite his pitching heroics, Cleveland finished second .5 games back) to Detroit and it was the closest Joss ever came to pitching in the World
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Book Review: Addie Joss on Baseball. by Ryan January 6, January 7, on. Joss on Baseball: Collected Newspaper Columns and World Series Reports, – By Addie Joss. Compiled and Annotated by Rich Blevins () Pages (including biography and appendices) Cy Young was one of the hardest-throwing pitchers of all time. He recorded three no-hitters—including a perfect game—and accumulated more than 2, strikeouts on his way to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Scott H. Longert uses Young’s life story to introduce middle-grade readers to the game, explaining balls, strikes, and outs in an easy-to-understand ://
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Addie Joss spent a relatively short baseball career with the Cleveland Indians at the turn of the 20th century. At the time of his death in of bacterial meningitis he was the first of the great baseball pitchers to pass away. Addie's career may have been at an end at the time of his death due to a torn ligament in his pitching › Books › Sports & Outdoors › Biographies.
Addie Joss book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Addie Joss lived, excelled, and died before Ty Cobb's career was a quarte Addie Joss is rarely mentioned when baseball fans talk about the greatest pitchers ever, even when more ardent fans discuss names from the early 's, and this book gives readers a pretty nice story of one of the most forgotten baseball greats to ever play.
There are probably multiple factors that play into Joss becoming a name that is far › Books › Sports & Outdoors › Baseball. Addie Joss: King of the Pitchers: Longert, Scott: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart.
Books. Go Search Hello Select your address View Addie Joss's Page at the Baseball Hall of Fame (plaque, photos, videos). Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during season Full Name: Adrian Joss View Player Bio from the SABR BioProject.
More bio, uniform, draft, salary info About the Book. Addie Joss (–) mowed down batters for the Cleveland Broncos/Naps from to before Addie Joss book career was cut short by his tragic death from tubercular meningitis in With a career ERA of and two no-hitters, Joss earned Hall of Fame election despite a career that lasted less than ten years, the only player to Addie Joss was not just a Hall of Fame pitcher.
He was an accomplished sportswriter, editing the Sunday sports page for the Toledo News Bee. He wrote features for newspapers all around the United States. Addie had a magnetic personality with friends in every Major League :// By Addie Joss, Compiled and Annotated by Rich Blevins. I'm not sure exactly how I originally came across this book on Amazon, which to my knowledge hadn't been advertised in any of my usual Addie Joss: King of the Pitchers, a biography of baseball pitcher Joss in Longert has a genuine interest in Cleveland and Ohio history, but nothing has been more engaging to research nor more fun to write than the baseball player biography.
The book is a detailed study of the life of one of baseball's greatest :// This Addie Joss baseball card checklist includes every known baseball card that Addie Joss has appeared on, in chronological order. Visit the card to see the entire set. "The legend of Addie Joss the ballplayer began when he was around 14; he supposedly knocked a brick loose from the side of his aunt and uncle's farmhouse with a ://?p=jossad Joss was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Addie Joss is the only player in the Hall of Fame to have the 10 year rule of service waived.
InLawrence Ritter and Donald Honig included him in their book The Greatest Baseball Players of All :// I wouldn't plunk down $15 bucks for the book, though I didn't mind sparing a few hours to learn something about an excellent pitcher from a bygone era.
King of the Pitchers speaks to Indian fans, and to Addie Joss fans in particular. This book might be a good addition to the library of either Addie Joss: biography Ap – Ap Recognition Boston Globe sports editor Jason Nason campaigned for Joss’ induction into the Hall of Fame starting in the ’s.
Sportswriter Red Smith wrote in in support of Joss. "Could you write a history of baseball without mentioning Joss. Nobody ever has. That [ ] Addie Joss Stats. Addie Joss was born on Monday, Apin Woodland, Wisconsin. Joss was 22 years old when he broke into the big leagues on Apwith the Cleveland ://?p=jossad Addie Joss lived, excelled, and died before Ty Cobb's career was a quarter over, before George Ruth turned pro and became the Babe, before the Snodgrass Muff or the Miracle Braves, before newsreels and radio.
In his time, he was one of the :// Addie Joss lived, excelled, and died before Ty Cobb's career was a quarter over, before George Ruth turned pro and became the Babe, before the Snodgrass Muff or the Miracle Braves, before newsreels and radio. In his time, he was one of the greats. He left astonishing numbers, one transcendently great game, and a reputation as both a fine man [Addie Joss, Cleveland, AL (baseball)] Contributor Names Bain News Service, publisher Created / Published Book/Printed Material Scientific ball, Also available in digital form on Or in truth, an expansion of my previous review of the book.
I originally reviewed this collection of Addie Joss’s newspaper writings at Let’s Go Tribe inand all of my comments back then still hold true, but I want to dive in a bit deeper now that I have the leisure to spend more time on it.
Addie Joss has been a fascinating player to me in part because there is so little New listing Rare T HOF Addie Joss Pitching Sweet Caporal SGC 70 / EX +.
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Joss, Addie, -- ; View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Addie Joss lived, pitched, excelled, and died before Ty Cobb's career was a quarter over, before newsreels and radio. In his time, he was one of the greats of baseball.
He left astonishing numbers, one transcenden tly great game, and a reputation as both a fine man and a fierce :// Scott's first book Addie Joss: King of the Pitchers was published in It is the biography of one of the greatest pitchers in the history of professional baseball.
The book details the short life of Addie Joss as he rises to the major leagues and enjoys a brief, astonishing career with the Indians before passing away at the age of 31Addie Joss: King of the Pitchers As a seven-year-old growing up in the small town of Juneau, Wisconsin, Adrian Addie Joss had one ambition: To be a ballplayer.
He excelled at the high school level, town ball, semi-pro and one year of ://