Tom Yawkey: Patriarch of the Boston Red Sox

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • 1 - A Baseball Santa, Tom Yawkey in 1933 1
  • 2 - Tom Yawkey and Eddie Collins Buy the Red Sox 4
  • 3 - The First Season 11
  • 4 - The First Offseason 19
  • 5 - Tom Yawkey’s Past 23
  • 6 - Yawkey at Yale 34
  • 7 - The First Full Season of the Yawkey Era, 1934 39
  • 8 - Settling in as Red Sox Owner, 1935–1938 49
  • 9 - The Kid Makes the Big Leagues, 1939 73
  • 10 - Before the War, 1940–1941 78
  • 11 - The War Years, 1942–1945 89
  • 12 - Postwar and the Pennant, 1946 118
  • 13 - Strong Seasons, 1947–1950 128
  • 14 - The Early 1950s 150
  • 15 - Doldrums Descend, the Latter 1950s 178
  • 16 - From Ted to Yaz, the First Sox Seasons of the 1960s 217
  • 17 - The Impossible Dream 257
  • 18 - After the Dream 273
  • 19 - Another Game Seven 312
  • 20 - Tom Yawkey’s Final Campaign 325
  • 21 - Jean Yawkey in the Late 1970s 336
  • 22 - Tom Yawkey Remembered and the Jean Yawkey Years, 1980–1985 351
  • 23 - The 1986 World Series and the Years That Followed 376
  • 24 - The Passing of Jean Yawkey 392
  • 25 - The Estate, 1994, and beyond 404
  • 26 - The Yawkey Legacy 415
  • 27 - Tom Yawkey and Race 420
  • Epilogue 435
  • Acknowledgments 455
  • Notes 457
  • Index 519
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