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65 Kick his ass, Joe: Kick his ass, Joe: interview with Johnny Logan. interview with Johnny Logan.

66 Baseball is a lot like church: Baseball is a lot like church: interview with Roger Kahn. interview with Roger Kahn.

67 He was more than just a manager to me: He was more than just a manager to me: Chicago Defender Chicago Defender, May 26, 1956.

68 I don't care if the guy is yellow: I don't care if the guy is yellow: interview with Roger Kahn. interview with Roger Kahn.

69 Willie's Wallop Wins Windup: Willie's Wallop Wins Windup: The Sporting News The Sporting News, November 16, 1955.



70 It was okay to be black in the South: It was okay to be black in the South: interview with Henry Aaron. interview with Henry Aaron.

71 All Mays had over Henry: All Mays had over Henry: interview with Johnny Logan. interview with Johnny Logan.

72 Robby Has Reds Buzzing: Robby Has Reds Buzzing: Chicago Defender Chicago Defender, March 21, 1956.

73 Jackie, what are you doing?: Jackie, what are you doing?: interview with Roger Kahn. interview with Roger Kahn.

74 Aaron Picked To Win: Aaron Picked To Win: Chicago Defender Chicago Defender, April 21, 1956.

75 Dodgers, Yanks Picked To Win: Dodgers, Yanks Picked To Win: ibid. ibid.

76 You didn't even worry about Spahn: You didn't even worry about Spahn: interview with Gene Conley. interview with Gene Conley.

77 Are you prepared to say that Grimm: Are you prepared to say that Grimm: The Sporting News The Sporting News, June 27, 1956.

78 We would have been the powerhouse: We would have been the powerhouse: interview with Johnny Logan. interview with Johnny Logan.

79 Burdette told me that there is no place: Burdette told me that there is no place: New York Times New York Times, September 12, 1956.

80 Braves Open With Cardinals: Braves Open With Cardinals: Milwaukee Journal Milwaukee Journal, September 28, 1956.

81 What Happened To Braves?: What Happened To Braves?: Milwaukee Journal Milwaukee Journal, October 1, 1956.

82 In 1956: In 1956: interview with Henry Aaron. interview with Henry Aaron.

CHAPTER SIX: JACKIE.

83 An outburst by Jackie Robinson: An outburst by Jackie Robinson: New York Times New York Times, November 2, 1956.

84 Dear Jackie and Rachel: Dear Jackie and Rachel: Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.

85 Dear Jackie: Dear Jackie: Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.

86 And when Jackie wants to try extra hard: And when Jackie wants to try extra hard: New York Times New York Times, December 17, 1956.

87 Thank you for your letter: Thank you for your letter: Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Jackie Robinson Collection. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Jackie Robinson Collection.

88 Campy is quoted as saying: Campy is quoted as saying: Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.

89 Had something in mind: Had something in mind: Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.

90 Some pacifist black freak: Some pacifist black freak: interview with Roger Kahn. interview with Roger Kahn.

91 Southern Scribe Blames Jackie: Southern Scribe Blames Jackie: Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Times, August 3, 1956.

92 If you'll forgive a personal experience: If you'll forgive a personal experience: New York Times New York Times, December 17, 1956.

CHAPTER SEVEN: SCRIPTURE.

93 Braves' Aaron Asks Pay Boost: Braves' Aaron Asks Pay Boost: Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune, January 27, 1957.

94 I was making ten grand one year: I was making ten grand one year: interview with Gene Conley. interview with Gene Conley.

95 I think back then we all realized: I think back then we all realized: interview with Henry Aaron. interview with Henry Aaron.

96 The National League pennant has been a mirage: The National League pennant has been a mirage: Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune, January 19, 1957.

97 Bob Wolf always kept it to the game: Bob Wolf always kept it to the game: interview with Chuck Tanner. interview with Chuck Tanner.

98 Jolly Cholly: Jolly Cholly: interview with Gene Conley. interview with Gene Conley.

99 Whether I'm hitting good or not: Whether I'm hitting good or not: The Sporting News The Sporting News, May 1, 1957.

100 I remember it probably better than anybody: I remember it probably better than anybody: interview with Frank Torre. interview with Frank Torre.

101 You have to remember: You have to remember: interview with Johnny Logan. interview with Johnny Logan.

102 Ah, that was complete bullshit: Ah, that was complete bullshit: ibid. ibid.

103 You You had had to drink to hang out: to drink to hang out: ibid. ibid.

104 I kept to myself: I kept to myself: interview with Henry Aaron. interview with Henry Aaron.

105 He went through terrible times: He went through terrible times: interview with Frank Torre. interview with Frank Torre.

106 He really was all business: He really was all business: interview with Gene Conley. interview with Gene Conley.

107 You had to remember that integration: You had to remember that integration: interview with Henry Aaron. interview with Henry Aaron.

108 Hank Aaron Ties Ruth Homer Mark: Hank Aaron Ties Ruth Homer Mark: Washington Post Washington Post, July 11, 1957.

109 The Wrist Hitter: The Wrist Hitter: Time Time, July 29, 1957.

110 I wouldn't have taken that shit: I wouldn't have taken that shit: interview with Bill White. interview with Bill White.

111 We got along quite well: We got along quite well: interview with Furman Bisher. interview with Furman Bisher.

112 Born To Play Ball: Born To Play Ball: The Saturday Evening Post The Saturday Evening Post, August 25, 1956.

113 Braves' Blazing Aaron Bids For Batting Title: Braves' Blazing Aaron Bids For Batting Title: The Sporting News The Sporting News, August 8, 1956.

114 I don't know if there was a way to figure it: I don't know if there was a way to figure it: interview with Chuck Tanner. interview with Chuck Tanner.

115 For Aaron stretched out his hand: For Aaron stretched out his hand: Time Time, October 7, 1957.

CHAPTER EIGHT: BUSHVILLE.

116 Fred, do you think your team will choke up: Fred, do you think your team will choke up: Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Times, October 1, 1957.

117 Before the thing even began: Before the thing even began: interview with Johnny Logan. interview with Johnny Logan.

118 They had to beat the White Sox: They had to beat the White Sox: interview with Greg Spahn. interview with Greg Spahn.

119 Before the start of the 1957 World Series: Before the start of the 1957 World Series: ibid. ibid.

120 We weren't scared of the Yankees: We weren't scared of the Yankees: interview with Gene Conley. interview with Gene Conley.

121 When we went in 1957: When we went in 1957: interview with Johnny Logan. interview with Johnny Logan.

122 The Pennant Victory Ball: The Pennant Victory Ball: Milwaukee Journal Milwaukee Journal, September 30, 1957.

123 You can't help your club from the tub: You can't help your club from the tub: interview with Ralph Garr. interview with Ralph Garr.

124 Aaron's Swap: Crown For Pennant: Aaron's Swap: Crown For Pennant: Milwaukee Journal Milwaukee Journal, September 29, 1957.

125 Henry didn't volunteer what he thought about you: Henry didn't volunteer what he thought about you: interview with Felix Mantilla. interview with Felix Mantilla.

126 Braves Welcomed At Airport: Braves Welcomed At Airport: Milwaukee Journal Milwaukee Journal, October 4, 1957.

127 " "Well," the Perfesser told his pitcher: Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream. Directed by Mike Tollin; produced by Mike Tollin and and Brian Robbins. Copyright 1995 TBS Productions, Inc.

128 Lary would spend three weeks: Lary would spend three weeks: Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Times, December 16, 1957.

CHAPTER NINE: ALMOST.

129 When you come close to winning: When you come close to winning: Eddie Mathews, Eddie Mathews, Eddie Mathews and the National Pastime Eddie Mathews and the National Pastime (Milwaukee: Douglas American Sports Publications, 1994), p. 150. (Milwaukee: Douglas American Sports Publications, 1994), p. 150.

130 The other ballplayers were completely stunned: The other ballplayers were completely stunned: Mathews, Mathews, Eddie Mathews and the National Pastime Eddie Mathews and the National Pastime, p. 166.

131 Those guys, all they did was carry the balls to BP: Those guys, all they did was carry the balls to BP: interview with Gene Conley. interview with Gene Conley.

132 looked his friend in the eye: looked his friend in the eye: Henry Aaron, with Stan Baldwin and Jerry Jenkins, Henry Aaron, with Stan Baldwin and Jerry Jenkins, Bad Henry Bad Henry (Radnor, Pennsylvania: Chilton, 1974). (Radnor, Pennsylvania: Chilton, 1974).

133 If he ever had one beer: If he ever had one beer: interview with Gregory Spahn. interview with Gregory Spahn.

134 That position in center: That position in center: New York Times New York Times, March 12, 1958.

135 Braves Frolic In Clubhouse: Braves Frolic In Clubhouse: New York Times New York Times, October 7, 1958.

136 Going into the eighth: Going into the eighth: Washington Post Washington Post, October 10, 1958.

137 You didn't want to swing it last October: You didn't want to swing it last October: Washington Post Washington Post, March 10, 1959.

138 Braves Shade Dodgers: Braves Shade Dodgers: Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Times, May 6, 1959.

139 Sam Jones Guns For Hank Aaron: Sam Jones Guns For Hank Aaron: Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Times, May 21, 1959.

140 A disgracefully small crowd: A disgracefully small crowd: New York Times New York Times, September 29, 1959.

141 The Coliseum was a football field: The Coliseum was a football field: interview with Frank Torre. interview with Frank Torre.

142 Every team has its "ifs" and "buts": Every team has its "ifs" and "buts": Hank Aaron, with Lonnie Wheeler, Hank Aaron, with Lonnie Wheeler, I Had a Hammer: The Hank Aaron Story I Had a Hammer: The Hank Aaron Story (New York: HarperCollins, 1992), p. 143. (New York: HarperCollins, 1992), p. 143.

CHAPTER TEN: RESPECT.

143 You ache with the need: You ache with the need: Ralph Ellison, Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man Invisible Man (New York: Random House, 1952), p. 4. (New York: Random House, 1952), p. 4.

144 There was a reason: There was a reason: Frank A. Aukofer, Frank A. Aukofer, City with a Chance: A Case History of Civil Rights Revolution City with a Chance: A Case History of Civil Rights Revolution (Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 2007), p. 219. (Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 2007), p. 219.

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