Ed Barrow: The Bulldog Who Built the Yankees' First Dynasty

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Tables xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Part 1 - Every Job in Baseball, 1868–1920 1
  • 1- [The Best Deal the Yankees Ever Made] 3
  • 2- Hustling and Scrapping 9
  • 3- Forcing His Way into Baseball 19
  • 4- A Pennant in Toronto 37
  • 5- Major League 53
  • 6- Back to the Minors 67
  • 7- League President 77
  • 8- [Fight These Fellows to the Finish] 89
  • 9- No Respite 109
  • 10- World Champions 123
  • 11- [Please Explain Why Boston Club Has Neglected to Suspend Mays] 145
  • 12- [I Am Going to Sell Ruth to the Yankees] 161
  • Part 2 - The Yankees Years, 1920–1953 175
  • 13- Business Manager of the Yankees 177
  • 14- Turmoil and Success 193
  • 15- Collapse 211
  • 16- Rebuilding a Dynasty 223
  • 17- [I Just Couldn't See Him] 239
  • 18- McCarthy 253
  • 19- [If You Say I Did It, I Did; but I Did It Asleep] 261
  • 20- [Close Deal] 281
  • 21- [I like to Do Business with Smart People] 299
  • 22- President of the Yankees 317
  • 23- [Pure as the Driven Snow] 339
  • 24- [Over His Dead Body] 361
  • 25- The Hall of Fame 371
  • Appendix 381
  • Bibliography 397
  • Index 417
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