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THE OLD WEST & BASEBALL TOO!A peak into the pages of "Gunslingers and Baseball": Quote: "If a man steals cattle and is fairly warned, I'll shoot the damn thief and not feel a shred of remorse," Tom Horn, Wyoming, 1900.One of Custer's troopers leaped upon Wild Bill Hickok, threw him to the saloon floor, and jammed a six-gun into the Sheriff's ear. "Click," misfire!Stage rob THE OLD WEST & BASEBALL TOO!A peak into the pages of "Gunslingers and Baseball": Quote: "If a man steals cattle and is fairly warned, I'll shoot the damn thief and not feel a shred of remorse," Tom Horn, Wyoming, 1900.One of Custer's troopers leaped upon Wild Bill Hickok, threw him to the saloon floor, and jammed a six-gun into the Sheriff's ear. "Click," misfire!Stage robberies, like this one, on the Prescott to Phoenix route occurred at the alarming rate of one per month in 1880.A baseball game in Arizona Territory, played shortly after the Civil War, between the Tombstone Miners and Benson Rebels, is colorfully recalled by a rascally Grandpa. The surprise ending delights his two grandsons.Many Native Americans such as Pepper Martin, Allie Reynolds and Jim Thorpe contributed to the glorious history of baseball. Thorpe actually hit three home runs in three different states in one game!My father's quiet but competitive spirit emerged after a tension filled baseball game.Ten engaging stories ... a thoroughly enjoyable read.


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THE OLD WEST & BASEBALL TOO!A peak into the pages of "Gunslingers and Baseball": Quote: "If a man steals cattle and is fairly warned, I'll shoot the damn thief and not feel a shred of remorse," Tom Horn, Wyoming, 1900.One of Custer's troopers leaped upon Wild Bill Hickok, threw him to the saloon floor, and jammed a six-gun into the Sheriff's ear. "Click," misfire!Stage rob THE OLD WEST & BASEBALL TOO!A peak into the pages of "Gunslingers and Baseball": Quote: "If a man steals cattle and is fairly warned, I'll shoot the damn thief and not feel a shred of remorse," Tom Horn, Wyoming, 1900.One of Custer's troopers leaped upon Wild Bill Hickok, threw him to the saloon floor, and jammed a six-gun into the Sheriff's ear. "Click," misfire!Stage robberies, like this one, on the Prescott to Phoenix route occurred at the alarming rate of one per month in 1880.A baseball game in Arizona Territory, played shortly after the Civil War, between the Tombstone Miners and Benson Rebels, is colorfully recalled by a rascally Grandpa. The surprise ending delights his two grandsons.Many Native Americans such as Pepper Martin, Allie Reynolds and Jim Thorpe contributed to the glorious history of baseball. Thorpe actually hit three home runs in three different states in one game!My father's quiet but competitive spirit emerged after a tension filled baseball game.Ten engaging stories ... a thoroughly enjoyable read.

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