Baseball great Ty Cobb doesn't deserve his villainous reputation, author says
Charles Leehrsen's book “Ty Cobb : A Terrible Beauty” contends that the late baseball great Ty Cobb does not deserve the villainous reputation he has acquired over the years. Leehrsen spoke about Cobb, a Georgia native, in a recent talk at the ...
Book review: 'Borchert Field' shares tales of Milwaukee's other ballpark
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
For the first half of the 20th century in Milwaukee, if you were going to the ballpark, you were going to Borchert Field.
Road to Atlanta Podcast, Ep. 12: Nitpicking the Braves top prospects
Young, talented players are easy to dream on especially when they are in the lower levels because they victimize less talented players and look like Nolan Ryan and/or Babe Ruth and/or Ty Cobb. However, as we all know....the vast majority of prospects ...
Louis Roney: Ty One On
West Orange Times & Windermere Observer
In 1928, when I was 7 years old, Ty Cobb retired from baseball. He was known as “the Georgia peach,” and his name was right up there with Babe Ruth's. Ty was, as I was, a native Georgian, he being from Royston, and the state of Georgia was proud of the ...