Rick Monday's Tales from the Dodgers Dugout

Rick Monday s Tales from the Dodgers Dugout It took something truly remarkable to save the Major League Baseball season from being remembered only as the year of the players strike It took the Los Angeles Dodgers Fernandomania and Sorda an

  • Title: Rick Monday's Tales from the Dodgers Dugout
  • Author: Rick Monday Ken Gurnick Tommy Lasorda
  • ISBN: 9781582619750
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Hardcover
  • It took something truly remarkable to save the 1981 Major League Baseball season from being remembered only as the year of the players strike It took the Los Angeles Dodgers Fernandomania and Sorda and Garv and Bake and the Penguin It took three amazing October comebacks to beat the Houston Astros, the Montreal Expos and, finally, the New York Yankees, avenging DodgerIt took something truly remarkable to save the 1981 Major League Baseball season from being remembered only as the year of the players strike It took the Los Angeles Dodgers Fernandomania and Sorda and Garv and Bake and the Penguin It took three amazing October comebacks to beat the Houston Astros, the Montreal Expos and, finally, the New York Yankees, avenging Dodger World Series losses to the Yankees in 1977 and 1978 Rick Monday was right in the middle of that magical Dodger season His recollections and conversations with teammates provide a behind the scenes view of one of the most amazing teams and seasons in baseball history in Rick Monday s Tales from the Dodgers Dugout.

    One thought on “Rick Monday's Tales from the Dodgers Dugout”

    1. A short book about a short season! This is written by a player from the 1981 Los Angeles Dodgers, which is a significant year for that franchise, and for baseball! For baseball, it was the year the was divided by a players' strike. For LA, it was the year that brought "Fernandomania" and, of course, the World Series Title! Over the hated Yankees, no less! I'm a huge Dodger fan, so this book was a fun read for me! It is very short, but a good summary of that year, the players, the games, and, the [...]

    2. Not a very interesting book. A few good stories but not worth buying. If you get a copy for free then have at it.

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