The Great Eight: The 1975 Cincinnati Reds

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The Great Eight
The 1975 Cincinnati Reds

Edited by Mark Armour

Published by the University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln and London, and the
Society for American Baseball Research

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Chapter 1 - Bob Howsam 1
  • Chapter 2 - Scouting and Player Development 8
  • Chapter 3 - Sparky Anderson 12
  • Chapter 4 - George Scherger 20
  • Chapter 5 - Alex Grammas 24
  • Chapter 6 - Larry Shepard 30
  • Chapter 7 - Ted Kluszewski 35
  • Chapter 8 - Preseason Outlook 40
  • Chapter 9 - Pete Rose 43
  • Chapter 10 - Tom Hall 50
  • Chapter 11 - Bill Plummer 54
  • Chapter 12 - Don Gullett 59
  • Chapter 13 - Tom Carroll 66
  • Chapter 14 - April 1975 Timeline 72
  • Chapter 15 - Ken Griffey 75
  • Chapter 16 - Fred Norman 79
  • Chapter 17 - Rose to Third 83
  • Chapter 18 - Clay Carroll 86
  • Chapter 19 - Merv Rettenmund 90
  • Chapter 20 - May 1975 Timeline 96
  • Chapter 21 - Johnny Bench 100
  • Chapter 22 - Pat Darcy 106
  • Chapter 23 - Dan Driessen 111
  • Chapter 24 - César Gerónimo 118
  • Chapter 25 - John Vukovich 122
  • Chapter 26 - June 1975 Timeline 127
  • Chapter 27 - George Foster 131
  • Chapter 28 - Terry Crowley 135
  • Chapter 29 - Pedro Borbon 141
  • Chapter 30 - Dave Concepción 144
  • Chapter 31 - Ed Armbrister 148
  • Chapter 32 - July 1975 Timeline 154
  • Chapter 33 - Joe Morgan 158
  • Chapter 34 - Doug Flynn 164
  • Chapter 35 - Rawly Eastwick 170
  • Chapter 36 - Gary Nolan 175
  • Chapter 37 - Darrel Chaney 180
  • Chapter 38 - August 1975 Timeline 184
  • Chapter 39 - Tony Pérez 188
  • Chapter 40 - Jack Billingham 193
  • Chapter 41 - Clay Kirby 198
  • Chapter 42 - Don Werner 202
  • Chapter 43 - Will McEnaney 206
  • Chapter 44 - September 1975 Timeline 210
  • Chapter 45 - Marty Brennaman 213
  • Chapter 46 - Postseason 218
  • Chapter 47 - The Reds of Summer 223
  • Chapter 48 - 1976- And beyond 229
  • Epilogue 235
  • Notes and References 237
  • Contributors 257
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