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  1. Tyrus by Patrick Creevy, 2002-07-19
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  3. 6 BOOKS - BASEBALL LEGENDS (Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, Sandy Koufax, Joe Dimaggio, Ty Cobb, Mickey Mantel)
  4. 6 BASEBALL LEGENDS (Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, Sandy Koufax, Joe Dimaggio, Ty Cobb, Mickey Mantel)
  5. Pitching in a Pinch by Christy Mathewson, 2010-10-18
  6. Detroit Tigers Yesterday & Today by George Cantor, Foreword by Sparky Anderson, 2009-03-21

101. Baseball Fever - Ty Cobb Thread
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102. Ty Cobb Health Care System
Letter from ty cobb Healthcare System CEO, Chuck Adams Georgia in 1950 withbaseball s immortal ty cobb donating $100000 toward the construction of a
Letter from Ty Cobb Healthcare System CEO, Chuck Adams:
Welcome to Ty Cobb Healthcare System's website. We're glad you chose our site. It is an honor to have you with us. Let me take this time to introduce who we are.
We are known throughout Northeast Georgia as the premier healthcare provider for the communities of Franklin, Hart, Madison, and Barrow counties and the surrounding areas. Our mission is to continuously improve the quality of primary, long-term and home care within our resource capabilities and to promote healthier lifestyles through education consistent with individual and community needs.
Ty Cobb Healthcare System's vision is to be the model of integrated health care that meets needs across the continuum of care from birth to dignified death. In short, we provide healthcare for our communities from childbirth, to outpatient care, to in-patient care, to long-term care.
Chuck Adams, CEO Our healthcare system began in Royston, Georgia in 1950 with baseball's immortal Ty Cobb donating $100,000 toward the construction of a modern twenty-four-bed hospital. The hospital was designed to meet the health care needs of the people of Ty Cobb's hometown and surrounding northeast Georgia. Since then, Ty Cobb Healthcare System has grown into Cobb Memorial Hospital with 71 beds, Hart County Hospital with 73 beds, Barrow Community Hospital with 56 beds, Brown Memorial Convalescent Center with 144 beds, Cobb Health Care Center with 117 beds, Hartwell Health Care Center with 92 beds, and the Gables with 48 beds.

103. ESPN Classic - He Was A Pain ... But A Great Pain
ESPN Classic s SportsCentury series will profile ty cobb. But ty preferredbaseball to books, and finally his father relented. Just before cobb reached
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"He had a son-of-a-bitch list. He would write down the names of people, including everybody from his ex-wives to Eleanor Roosevelt to Kenesaw Mountain Landis," says biographer Charles Alexander about Ty Cobb on ESPN Classic's SportsCentury series. It's difficult to tell which is longer the list of records Ty Cobb left shattered when he retired from baseball, or the stories of his nastiness. "In legend I am a sadistic, slashing, swashbuckling despot who waged war in the guise of sport." Cobb, who wrote that just before his death in 1961, was possibly the only one not to believe the legend. For everyone else, this was a case of perception and reality meeting. The Georgia Peach was a southern Protestant who hated northerners, Catholics, blacks and apparently anybody else who was different from him. And, in turn, opponents (and some teammates) despised him. They disliked his aggressive behavior, his attitude, his maniacal will to succeed. Cobb was a 6-foot-1, 175-pounder who threw right (average arm) and batted left. He kept his hands about three inches apart so he could place hits better. When he retired in 1928, he had set some 90 records. More than seven decades later, he still holds many. Nobody has yet bettered his .367 lifetime average, his 12 batting titles, and his hitting at least .320 for 23 consecutive seasons.

104. The Baseball Time Machine: Toby Cobb -- The Hardball Times
The baseball Time Machine Toby cobb. by Steve Treder July 28, 2004 If Tycobb had been born 80 years later than he really was not in 1886,
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by Steve Treder July 28, 2004 All systems are go for another voyage in the Baseball Time Machine. We took our first journey a while ago, remember? Okay, in case your recollective capacities were singed a bit during re-entry last time, let's review the drill here: We take a player from the long past. We make the assumption that his exact genetic clone - the same DNA - appeared on the planet in a much later era, an era we're quite familiar with: the current era. We make the further assumption that this kid grew up to become a big league ballplayer, as did the original. Then we apply everything we know about (a) the innate qualities of the player and (b) the conditions of the current era, and come up with our best depiction of just what kind of a player the guy would be: just how well would he do, competing against modern players, under modern conditions?

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