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Iron Man Mcginnity

Don Doxsie

Iron Man Mcginnity

a baseball biography

by Don Doxsie

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Published by McFarland & Co. in Jefferson, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • McGinnity, Joe, -- 1871-1929,
  • Baseball players -- United States -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementDon Doxsie.
    GenreBiography
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV865.S87 D69 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23202392M
    ISBN 109780786442034
    LC Control Number2009012373
    OCLC/WorldCa303067613

    1 According to Don Doxsie, McGinnity was first given the nickname “Iron Man” for his offseason work at an iron foundry. 2 Robert W. Wheeler, Jim Thorpe: World’s Greatest Athlete (Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, ), 3 “Havolines Take Second in Row from Starch Workers,” Decatur Herald, J 4.   Baseball fans filled the Diamond Cafe to be near their idols and hear their stories while dining on cold cuts and crab cakes. In October , Joe “Iron Man” McGinnity, a member of the American League Baltimore Orioles in and , built a .

    The plot of the book is that Tony Starks is captured and he has to find a way to escape and remake himself as Iron Man. The Pros of this book is that Iron Man is saving the world from evil and meeting this women that his good friends Main c The book i read was Iron Man by peter david/5.   Book Reviews Don Doxsie. Iron Man McGinnity: A Baseball Biography. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, pp. Paper, $ David Shiner Back in the s, a major-league star at the peak of his career would normally have been the subject of a book-length biography. For better or worse, that era is long gone. Contemporary baseball biographies often feature stars of much earlier vintage. .

    Don Doxsie. Iron Man McGinnity: A Baseball Biography. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, Pp. Paper, $ Back in the s, a major-league star at the peak of his career would normally have been the subject of a book-length biography. For better or worse, that era is long gone. Each book in this series provides the best of the best of a particular sports team, indentifying the personalities, events and facts every fan should know--including numbers, nicknames, memorable moments, singular achievements and signature plays--as well as the top things fans should see and do. Category: Sports & Recreation Iron Man Mcginnity.


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As a student of the game, I always was fascinated with "Iron Man", and Doxsie's book has enable me to appreciate McGinnity's life work. McGinnity truly loved baseball, and even admitted in the late 's that the game was getting better, this is rather surprising coming from a star of the deadball era/5(7).

This biography was reviewed by Rory Costello and fact-checked by Alan Cohen. It was adapted from the author’s book, Iron Man McGinnity (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland Publishing, ).

Notes. 1 United Press, “McGinnity’s Novel Theory on Durability of Pitchers’ Arms,” May 5, Iron Man Joe McGinnity, Davenport. 73 likes. The most durable pitcher in major league baseball history.

Between the major and minor leagues, he pitched 7, innings and won games. In August. Iron Man Joe McGinnity, Davenport. likes. The most durable pitcher in major league baseball history. Between the major and minor leagues, he pitched 7, innings and won games.

In August Followers: About the Book This biography traces the hard life and colorful career of “Iron Man” McGinnity from his childhood working the coalfields of Illinois to his death in McGinnity may have been the most durable hurler in the history of the sport, often pitching both games of a doubleheader.

View Joe McGinnity's Page at the Baseball Hall of Fame (plaque, photos, videos). Rookie Status: Exceeded rookie limits during season Full Name: Joseph Jerome McGinnity Nicknames: Iron Man. View Player Bio from Iron Man Mcginnity book SABR BioProject.

More bio, uniform, draft, salary infoHeight: Meter. While Joe McGinnity didn’t reach the major leagues until he was 28 years old, he became an immediate star upon his arrival. In each of his first eight seasons, McGinnity won at least 20 games and twice won more than He led all of baseball in victories four times in his career and lived up to his “Iron Man” nickname as well.

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This biography traces the hard life and colorful career of "Iron Man" McGinnity from his childhood working the coalfields of Illinois to his death in McGinnity may have been the most durable hurler in the history of the sport, often pitching both games of Brand: McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers.

JOE McGINNITY – THE IRON MAN “I ascribe a great deal of my success to my ability to judge the players as they come to bat. The first principle of a successful pitcher is to give his opponents what they don’t want.” –Joe McGinnity.

He was called The Iron Man. And on the pitcher’s mound, Joe McGinnity certainly filled the bill. As a student of the game, I always was fascinated with "Iron Man", and Doxsie's book has enable me to appreciate McGinnity's life work. McGinnity truly loved baseball, and even admitted in the late 's that the game was getting better, this is rather surprising coming from a star of the deadball era/5(4).

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Described by some as a modern fairy tale, it describes the unexpected arrival in England of a giant "metal man" of unknown origin who rains destruction on the countryside by eating industrial farm Author: Ted Hughes.

"This biography traces "Iron Man" McGinnity from his childhood working the coalfields of Illinois to his death in McGinnity averaged more wins per season in his year major league career than any pitcher in history, and continued to pitch for two more decades in the minor leagues before retiring at 54"--Provided by publisher.

“Iron Man” Joe McGinnity claimed his nickname came from his off-season work in a foundry, but he was an iron man on the mound as well.

In he became famous for pitching both ends of doubleheaders three times in 1 month, winning all 6 games. That year he also won 31 games while pitching innings, which is still a record to this day. Joe McGinnity Stats. Joe McGinnity was born on Monday, Main Cornwall, Illinois.

McGinnity was 28 years old when he broke into the big leagues on Apwith the Baltimore Orioles. "Iron Man" Joe McGinnity was known for a submarine style pitch that he claimed was easy on his arm.

He pitched for ten seasons in the big leagues, starting in at age He pitched for ten seasons in the big leagues, starting in at age Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Iron Man Mcginnity: A Baseball Biography by Don Doxsie (, Paperback) at the best online prices at.

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McGinnity acquired his nickname, "Iron Man," before his doubleheader pitching became widely discussed. [47] According to Lee Allen in The National League Story (), a reporter asked McGinnity, while he was still a minor league pitcher, what he did in between seasons.

"I'm an iron man," he answered. "I work in a foundry.".On the reverse side again marks the glove and five baseballs at the bottom. It depicts a baseball game happening, paying tribute to one Joseph Jerome McGinnity, known as "Iron Man.".Joseph Jerome McGinnity (), nicknamed "Iron Man," an American Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher who played from toinducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in ; Father Gerard McGinnity (b.

), Irish Roman Catholic priest, Parish Priest of Knockbridge, County Louth, Ireland Peter McGinnity (b. ), former Gaelic footballer and manager.