Immaculate: A History of Perfect Innings in Baseball

Immaculate: A History of Perfect Innings in Baseball


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  • Kindle Edition
  • 190 pages
  • Immaculate: A History of Perfect Innings in Baseball
  • John Cairney
  • English
  • 28 August 2019

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Immaculate: A History of Perfect Innings in Baseball✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ Immaculate: A History of Perfect Innings in Baseball By John Cairney ✸ – Polishdarling.co.uk Getting batters out in order on nine pitches is one of the most remarkable feats in baseball Since the late s, only pitchers have been able to do it Yet, unlike other rare achievements in baseball, Gettingbatters out in order on nine History of Epub à pitches is one of the most remarkable feats in baseball Since the late s, onlypitchers have been able to do it Yet, unlike other rare achievements in baseball, such as pitching a perfect game, the immaculate inning does not capture the same attention or consideration In a game that is as unpredictable as baseball, perfection, when it occurs, should be cause for both reflection and celebrationIn Immaculate, Cairney provides Immaculate: A eBook Ç a short history of perfect innings through the stories of the pitchers who pitched them Beginning with an brief overview of the numbers, the remaining chapters, one for each immaculate inning on record in major baseball, provides insight into the men, their careers and details of the inning itself, from the first recorded perfect inning into the most recent string of innings last MLB season inThe names include pitching greats such as Jim Bunning, Sandy Koufax, A History of Epub à Nolan Ryan and Randy Johnson, but also many lesser known, if not colorful, pitchers like Sloppy Thurston and Bill Wilson The teams include famous franchises like the Detroit Tigers and the New York Yankees, but also clubs now defunct like the Boston Beaneaters and the Montreal Expos Using immaculate innings as benchmarks, the book provides an engaging and entertaining journey through the history of professional baseball that will delight both the serious student of the game, as well as the fan who enjoys reading about the game.


About the Author: John Cairney

John Cairney has been a professional History of Epub à actor, writer, singer, director, producer, lecturer and painter All of these aspects go into the making of the author of this novel His first writing was autobiographical This led him to biographies based on characters he d played in the theatre, such as Robert Burns, Robert Louis Stevenson and Charles Rennie Mackintosh John has spent much of his life travelling, living for some time in New Zealand, but now Immaculate: A eBook Ç having returned to his native Glasgow.



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