Pinstripe Alley Top 100 Yankees: #55 Ray Caldwell
He resigned as Yankees manager and left 23-year-old shortstop Roger Peckinpaugh in charge for the final few weeks as the youngest skipper in MLB history. Eventually, the Yankees gave in to Caldwell's demands and signed him to a three-year deal worth ...
Rare Baby Bombers Season?
There's a CHANCE that the Yankees COULD have 5+ players in 2017 age 27 or younger play 100+ games in the season season. The last time that happened in Yankeeland was 1968. (And, that's a long time ago.) In fact, it's only happened twice since 1959.
Book on Depression-era baseball rich in Cleveland Indians history
West Life News
Uhle played for the Indians from 1919-1928, before having a disagreement with (then) manager Roger Peckinpaugh and being traded. “It's interesting though because he was friends with Steve O'Neill, who took over as manager of the Indians (in 1935) from ...
Book review: “No Money, No Beer, No Pennants: The Cleveland Indians and Baseball in the Great Depression”
Let's Go Tribe
Roger Peckinpaugh standing in as the player's coach in roughly the first half of the book, and Walter Johnson (yes, that Walter Johnson), taking over as the hard-ass in the second half when fan outrage eventually lead to Peckinpaugh's firing and the ...