The Minneapolis Millers of the American Association

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The Minneapolis Millers graced the fields of the American Association for six decades, from 1902 to 1960. Known as a high-level training ground for professional ballplayers, the Millers were also famous for their heated rivalry with the neighboring St. Paul Saints. Drawing on the extensive array of photographs from the Hennepin County Library Special Collections and the author's private collection, Images of Baseball: The Minneapolis Millers of the American Association presents the history of these "boys of summer."
ISBN: 9781467113472
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Minnesota
Series: Images of Baseball
Images: 215
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Rex Hamann resides with his wife, Keitha, and their two cats in Andover, Minnesota. Born in Madison, Wisconsin, Hamann is a former public school teacher who developed his interest in the old American Association while exploring the Milwaukee Brewers as a resident of that city during the 1990s. He continues to research key issues in American Association history, publishing them in the American Association Almanac and
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