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The Last Stand of Outlaw Baseball

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The Last Stand of Outlaw Baseball

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 An Authentic Baseball Trilogy showcasing  the famous  ball players 

Hal Chase - Buck Weaver - Chick Gandil 

The men came to the Southwest to Play Fast Baseball in the Roaring Twenties.

A three-book series with a total 991 pages of baseball history


About The Author

 John W. Smirch is the Author of the Trilogy 

"The Last Stand of Outlaw Baseball".


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Documenting the Historical Movement

 "The Last Stand of Outlaw Baseball" documents three years of  the 1925 Frontier League & 1926/1927 Copper League Seasons as it happened.

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"The Last Stand of Outlaw Baseball" Series

Is one of the most sought after informational  books for baseball historians and baseball aficionados, as it covers the inside journey of the former Major League  Ball Players, 

Hal Chase, Buck Weaver, Chick Gandil. 

With long-time friend "Shoe-less" Joe Jackson traveling to the Southwest to play a game with the Ex-Big-League ball players.  Historical text coupled with player / team indexes, displaying  The 1920's image  collection.

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A baseball Trilogy

Details of 22 ball games inning by inning action and the main events that happened within the three years of  

Historic Outlaw Baseball   played in this  Southwest league 100 years ago.


Hal Chase & The Frontier League - 1925

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Hal Chase moved to the Southwest to Manage and to Play Fast Outlaw Baseball with several ex-major league ball players.  

In a league of their own, The 1925 Frontier League  Series #1  Showcases ten ball games inning by inning action with 

Chase as manager of the Douglas, Arizona city baseball club, The Douglas Blues'. 

Chase and team battle from in the cellar to a first place tie with the Juarez Indians from  Juarez, Mexico. 

Series # 1 - Is a High-Quality Historical Baseball Book.  Size - 8.5"x11" -  (291 pages)   Interior of book is  printed in color on heavy stock.

(Full color interior,  hard cover books are available by special order only.)  (Use contact form)

Buck Weaver & The Copper League - 1926

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A historical record  of Buck Weaver and his experiences during the 1926 Copper League season, highlighting 12 full ball  games inning by inning baseball action, Along with  the events that took place  in the Southwest as it happened. 

Illustrated with rare historical photos from the 1926 collection. 

                Series #2 -  High-Quality   8.5"x 11" - soft cover book.

 (366 pages)  Printed in grey  scale on heavy stock.

Chick Gandil & The Copper League - 1927

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A historical record of Chick Gandil and his playing skills during the 1927 Copper League. It was Gandil’s determination  and experience that helped win the 1927 Copper League Championship.  Highlighting  rare historical photos from the 1927 collection. Included, Historical data about the ball players who joined  the newly formed 1928 Arizona State League, when,  Baseball Commissioner, Kenesaw Mountain Landis was instrumental of the  Bisbee Bees joining the  league.  With additional details of player profiles following the Outlaws into the 1928 season.  Series # 3 -  High-Quality - 8.5"x11" - soft cover book.

(340  pages)  Printed in  color on heavy stock.