There Are Many In Baseball Who Will Question Whether Williams Ever Was Mr Nice Guy, For He Stepped On A Great Many Toes In His 20 Year Managerial Career Yet He Will Always Be Acknowledged As A Winner In Both Leagues With Great Teams Like The Oakland A S Of The Early 70s And Awful Ones As Well, Like The Seattle Mariners Of The Mid 80s Because, As He Notes Here, He Is A Battler And Disdains Players Who Are Not, He Feels Out Of Step With Today S Pampered, Moody, Overpaid Athletes The Outspoken Williams, Writing With Freelancer Plaschke, Even Blasts Certain Owners, Rare In A Baseball Autobiography Tom Yawkey, Charley Finley, Ray And Joan Kroc, Among Others But He Has Heroes, Too, Like Carl Yastrzemski, Reggie Jackson And Goose Gossage, His Type Of Stars.
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the
- 344 pages
- No More Mr. Nice Guy: A Life of Hardball
- Dick Williams
- 16 June 2017 Dick Williams