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1 JENKINS, Ferguson, as told to George VASS. Like Nobody Else : The Ferguson Jenkins Story. in dustjacket
Henry Regnery Company, Chicago , 1973, 1973 
JENKINS, Ferguson, as told to George VASS. Like Nobody Else : The Ferguson Jenkins Story. Chicago : Henry Regnery Company, (1973). Pp (6),1-217,(1),+ 16 pp plates 8vo, white patterned cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

“Ferguson Jenkins has shattered all recent pitching records to become the most consistent winner in baseball. The 1971 Cy Young award winner, with six consecutive twenty-game seasons behind him, Fergie now finds his equals only among the near-legendary pitchers of the past. [...] In his autobiography, Ferguson Jenkins recounts the story of is life, and in the process he reveals the tension of that special life. Here are memories of a childhood in Canada and an education in a string of minor league clubs. Fergie tells about his early training with his father, his encounter with Jim Crow, his relationship with Leo Durocher, and his life with the Chicago Cubs.” - from the dj.

Contents :
1. In a Class By Myself.
2. I Alwavs Play for My Father.
3. Black Canadian.
4. God-Given Ability.
5. The Boys from Little Rock.
6. Philadelohia Short Story.
7. I Meet the Devil and Like Him.
8. The Honeymoon wqith Leo.
9. Hey! Hey! Holy Mackerel!
10. Just Like Gibson.
11. Good-bye Leo, Hello Whitey.
12. What It's All About.
13. What It's All For.
14. Pitching is an Art.
15. View from the Mound.

Very good in rubbed and edgeworn, but unclipped, dustjacket. 30.00


Price: 30.00 CDN
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