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  1. Ty Cobb (Baseball Superstars) by Dennis Abrams, 2007-08
  2. Ty Cobb (Baseball Legends) by Norman L. Macht, 1995-04
  3. The Story of Ty Cobb: Baseball's Greatest Player by Gene; Gilford, Henry Schoor, 1969
  4. The Story of Ty Cobb Baseball's Greatest Player
  5. Ty Cobb: A Biography (Baseball's All-Time Greatest Hitters) by Dan Holmes, 2004-10-30
  6. Ty Cobb, the idol of baseball fandom by Sverre O Braathen, 1928
  7. The Story of Ty Cobb: Baseball's Greatest Player by Gene Schoor with Henry Gilfond by Gene Schoor with Henry Gilfond by Gene Schoor with Henry Gilfond, 1966-01-01
  8. The Story of Ty Cobb: Baseball's Greatest Player by Gene with Gilfond, Henry Schoor, 1962
  9. The Story of Ty Cobb: Baseball's Greatest Player by Gene Schoor, 1966
  10. The Story of Ty Cobb Baseball's Greatest Player by Gene Schoor, 1952
  11. LIFEMagazine -March17, 1952 - Dale Strong Cover - "Prettiest Showgirl on Broadway" - "They Ruined Baseball, By: Ty Cobb""Secrets of Chaplin at Work"
  12. Inside Baseball With TY COBB by Ty Cobb, 2007-04-01
  13. "The most popular unpopular man in baseball": baseball fans and Ty Cobb in the early 20th century.(SECTION I LEISURE AND SPECTATORSHIP)(Essay): An article from: Journal of Social History by Steve Tripp, 2009-09-22
  14. The Story of Ty Cobb: Baseball's Greatest Player

1. ESPN Classic - He Was A Pain ... But A Great Pain
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He was a pain ... but a great pain
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"He had a son-of-a-bitch list. He would write down the names of people, including everybody from his ex-wives to Eleanor Roosevelt to Kenesaw Mountain Landis," says biographer Charles Alexander about Ty Cobb on ESPN Classic's SportsCentury series. It's difficult to tell which is longer the list of records Ty Cobb left shattered when he retired from baseball, or the stories of his nastiness. "In legend I am a sadistic, slashing, swashbuckling despot who waged war in the guise of sport." Cobb, who wrote that just before his death in 1961, was possibly the only one not to believe the legend. For everyone else, this was a case of perception and reality meeting. The Georgia Peach was a southern Protestant who hated northerners, Catholics, blacks and apparently anybody else who was different from him. And, in turn, opponents (and some teammates) despised him. They disliked his aggressive behavior, his attitude, his maniacal will to succeed. Cobb was a 6-foot-1, 175-pounder who threw right (average arm) and batted left. He kept his hands about three inches apart so he could place hits better. When he retired in 1928, he had set some 90 records. More than seven decades later, he still holds many. Nobody has yet bettered his .367 lifetime average, his 12 batting titles, and his hitting at least .320 for 23 consecutive seasons.

2. For Your Entertaiment And Discussion [Archive] - Baseball Fever
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Baseball Fever General Baseball PDA View Full Version : For your entertaiment and discussion 08-16-2006, 05:40 PM Erik 08-16-2006, 06:07 PM
thanks for the clips. Do you have any George Foster, or Rusty Staub clips?
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Taking his hands to the ball!
I don't think there is anything to argue. Mark H 08-16-2006, 07:40 PM Looks to me like he came around the corner pretty good and then had to reach for something that fooled him. Don't base your hitting religion on a handful of clips. dougmac 08-16-2006, 08:17 PM b
Taking his hands to the ball!
I don't think there is anything to argue.
You are a pretty stubborn guy.......if a hitter takes his hands to the ball and is accurate, he will get hit in the hands with the ball (ouch). Did you bother to look at the clips of Robinson, Rose and Williams that I posted for you

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Common misspelling: Tie Cobb, Tye Cobb; also known as The George Peach Given Name Date of Birth Birth Place Tyrus Raymond Cobb b. December 18, 1886 d. July 17, 1961 Narrows, Georgia Table of Contents Biography News Websites Discography ... Other Items
The following biography is from “The Free Encyclopedia.” Tyrus Raymond "Ty" Cobb (December 18, 1886 – July 17, 1961), nicknamed "The Georgia Peach", was a Hall of Fame baseball player. When he retired in 1928, he was the holder of ninety major league records.[1] Cobb also received the most votes of any player on the 1936 inaugural Hall of Fame Ballot.[2] Cobb currently holds the records for highest major-league career batting average with .366 [2]and most career batting titles with 11[3]. Cobb also held for decades the record for most career major league hits that was broken by Pete Rose (4,189, long believed to be 4,191)[4][5], and the most career stolen bases with 892, later broken by Lou Brock and Rickey Henderson[6]. Upon his death in 1961, the New York Times editorialized, "Let it be said that Cobb was the greatest of all ballplayers."[7] The greatest of stars during his playing prime, Cobb's legacy as an athlete has sometimes been overshadowed by his surly temperament and aggressive reputation[8], which was described by the Detroit Free Press as "daring to the point of dementia."[9]

4. Cobb, Ty : Former Players C-D : Former MLB Players - Mega Net
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Login Search Mega Net: Home Sports Baseball Former MLB Players ... Former Players C-D : Cobb, Ty Cobb, Ty - CMG Worldwide Player known as the Georgia Peach holds the highest batting average in baseball history. Find career highlights, photos, quotes and trivia. Cobb, Ty - Detroit News Cobb, Ty - Learn about the late baseball player who was as famous for his nasty disposition as he was for his athletic prowess. Cobb, Ty - MSN Encarta Encyclopedia entry provides a short biography of this record-setting, early 20th-century baseball player. Cobb, Ty - National Baseball Hall of Fame Furnishes career highlights and a photograph of the legendary Detroit Tigers baseball superhero. Cobb, Ty - Sporting News Vault Go back in time with this series of letters written by one of the greatest players ever, in which he discusses the sport and his life.

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The Baseball Index contains the following references for further reading material on Ty Cobb (OF 19051926 Tigers , A). 120 books; 141 book sections
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THE BASEBALL INDEX Bibliography for Ty Cobb Database information © 2000 SABR The Baseball Index contains the following references for further reading material on Ty Cobb (OF 1905-1926 Tigers , A): Information on how to locate the materials cited here can be found at the bottom of this page ALERT : NOT ALL RESULTS DISPLAYED The Baseball Index contains references for Ty Cobb , of which we are only able to list the first 100 citations. Therefore, matching results could not be displayed. For a complete list of citations or a more detailed search, please contact The Baseball Index Research Service ABOUT THE BASEBALL INDEX The Baseball Index is a vast index to books, articles, and other sources on baseball compiled by volunteers from the Society for American Baseball Research . The complete index is available for purchase, and The Baseball Index Research Service can perform complicated searches for a nominal fee. Click

6. Ty Cobb One Of Game S Fiercest Competitors On And Off The Field
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7. Ty Cobb Tobacco Cards
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Ty Cobb Hall of Fame Player, 1936 Born: December 18, 1886 Debut: Died: July 17, 1961 Bats: L Height: Throws: R Birthplace: Narrows GA Position: OF
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8. National Baseball Hall Of Fame - The 3,000 Hit Club - Ty Cobb
was just 34 years old when he gained entrance in the 3000Hit Club by singling in the second game of a doubleheader against the Red Sox, August 19, 1921.
was just 34 years old when he gained entrance in the 3,000-Hit Club by singling in the second game of a doubleheader against the Red Sox, August 19, 1921. Just two weeks earlier, Baseball entered a new era when a Pirates-Phillies game was aired on radio station KDKA in Pittsburgh. It was the first major league baseball game to be broadcast on radio. Seven years later, the Philadelphia Athletics boasted a lineup featuring three members of the 3,000-Hit Club: Ty Cobb, Eddie Collins, and the next man to join the Club: Tris Speaker. Ty Cobb's 3,000th Hit Date: August 19, 1921 (2) Location: Navin Field, Detroit Club: Detroit (AL) Opponent: Boston (AL) Pitcher: Elmer Myers Hit: Single Total career hits: Boxscore from The Sporting News Nap Lajoie Tris Speaker
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9. Cobb, Ty - Ninemsn Encarta
Cobb, Ty (18861961), American professional baseball player, nicknamed the Georgia Peach. He was born Tyrus Raymond Cobb in Narrows, Georgia. He
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Encyclopedia Article Find in this article View printer-friendly page E-mail Multimedia 1 item Cobb, Ty (1886-1961), American professional baseball player, nicknamed the Georgia Peach. He was born Tyrus Raymond Cobb in Narrows, Georgia . He began his major league baseball career in 1905 with the Detroit Tigers of the American League and remained with them until 1926. The next two years he spent with the Philadelphia Athletics, also an American League club. During his 24 years of play, Cobb established many major league and American League records: the highest major league lifetime batting average, .367; most games played, 3,033; most hits, 4,191; and most runs scored, 2,244. Until 1962 his 1915 record of 96 stolen bases remained unbroken. Between 1907 and 1919, he was the leading batter of the American League 12 times. Cobb was one of the first five players elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936. In 1969 a panel of baseball writers named him one of the greatest outfielders in the 100-year history of the sport.

10. MCC :: Men's Baseball - Ty Cobb
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    13. Ty Cobb Quotes
    Ty Cobb Quotes. Click here for Ty Cobb books. Ty Cobb (Sport in American Life). Baseball is a redblooded sport for red-blooded men.
    American History Quotes Quotes by Famous Americans Past and Present Ty Cobb Quotes Click here for Ty Cobb books Ty Cobb (Sport in American Life) " Baseball is a red-blooded sport for red-blooded men." "Every great batter works on the theory that the pitcher is more afraid of him than he is of the pitcher." "I have observed that baseball is not unlike a war, and when you come right down to it, we batters are the heavy artillery." " Baseball was one-hundred percent of my life." "I never could stand losing. Second place didn't interest me. I had a fire in my belly." "Speed is a great asset; but it's greater when it's combined with quickness - and there's a big difference." "The crowd makes the ballgame." "The great American game should be an unrelenting war of nerves." "The great trouble with baseball today is that most of the players are in the game for the money and that's it, not for the love of it, the excitement of it, the thrill of it." "The way those clubs shift against Ted Williams, I can't understand how he can be so stupid not to accept the challenge to him and hit to left field."

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    created by dem bones person ) by avalyn (12 s) print C! s I like it! Thu Jan 22 2004 at 14:23:01 Tyrus Raymond Cobb was born on December 18, , in Narrows, Georgia . It could hardly be guessed at the time that he would go on to become arguably the greatest professional baseball player ever to live, as baseball in the 1880s was still in its infancy and was scarcely organized, but hey; everybody has a dream. Baseball was Cobb's dream, and anything that interfered with that dream caught a lot of hell. The Liveliness of the Dead Ball Era Cobb didn't even start playing baseball until ; but when he did, he made an immediate impact, tearing up pitchers as a member of the Columbia Tourists of the Southern Pacific League . He was the first player in that league to collect over 100 hits in a single season. He spent only one year with the Tourists before his contract was purchased by the Detroit Tigers for $700. " The Georgia Peach " (as he came to be known) made his debut for the Tigers on August 30, , at Bennett Park , in a 5-3 win over the New York Yankees . Cobb doubled off future hall-of-famer Jack Chesbro in his first major league at bat.

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    Detroit Tigers star Gary Sheffield insists he meant "nothing derogatory" toward Latin players when he said Major League Baseball found it easier to "control them" than blacks.
    Sheffield said he was surprised his comments in the current issue of GQ magazine created such a stir. The slugger said he merely answered a question about why there were so many Latin players, as opposed to blacks.
    "I said this a long time ago, this is a baseball issue. If they want to change it, they can change it," Sheffield said before Tuesday night's game at Texas.
    "When you see a black face on TV and they start talking, English comes out. That's what I said. I ain't taking a shot at them or nothing. I'm just telling it like it is."
    Last season, only 8.4 percent of major league baseball players were black, the lowest level in at least two decades, according to an annual report by the University of Central Florida's Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports. The report showed that 29.4 percent of players last season were Latino.
    Sheffield's comments Tuesday were similar to those in the magazine, when he expressed his long-held belief.

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    17. Ty Cobb - Indopedia, The Indological Knowledgebase
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    ज्ञानकोश: - The Indological Knowledgebase Tyrus Raymond Cobb December 18 in Narrows, Georgia July 17 in Atlanta, Georgia ), usually known as Ty Cobb and nicknamed "The Georgia Peach", was an American baseball player considered to be the greatest player of the "Deadball Era" (1900-1920), and perhaps of all time. He was the first player elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame , in MI
    Ty_cobb.jpg Ty Cobb baseball card, 1909 He was born to William, a teacher, and his child-bride, Amanda. William named his eldest child after the Phoenician city of Tyre , which withstood Alexander the Great 's army. William was opposed to Ty playing baseball, fearing it would turn him into a "ruffian." He finally relented, assuming that once Ty got it out of his system, he would return home to lead a "respectable" life. Ty was playing for the Augusta Tourists on August 8 when something happened that changed his life forever. William told Amanda he was going on a 3-day trip, but returned that night, and climbed up a ladder to their bedroom window. Allegedly believing him an intruder, she killed him with the shotgun he gave her for her protection. Although he initially supported her (she was acquitted at trial), Ty idolized William, and came to believe the rumors that Amanda was unfaithful and William was trying to catch her with her lover. Ty never got over the incident nor forgave her. Eight days after his father's funeral, Cobb was called up to the

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    20. The MasterMOZ Web Directory: Cobb, Ty
    Brief biography and photo. http//www.baseballhalloffame. org/hofers_and_honorees/hofer_bios/cobb_ty.htm. TSN Vault Ty Cobb Letters, Is this your site?
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    @ugusta History: Ty Cobb, a baseball hall of famer, made Augusta his home
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    Is this your site? Internet Movie Database filmography for Ty Cobb Library of Congress: American Memory Is this your site? Library of Congress archive of early century Cobb baseball cards, including very nice images.

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