Haunted Baseball: Ghosts, Curses, Legends, And Eerie Events

Haunted Baseball Ghosts Curses Legends And Eerie Events A collection of otherworldly stories collected from baseball players stadium personnel umpires front office folks and fans which explores the sometimes amusing and sometimes spooky connection bet

  • Title: Haunted Baseball: Ghosts, Curses, Legends, And Eerie Events
  • Author: Mickey Bradley Mickey Bradley
  • ISBN: 9781599210223
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Paperback
  • A collection of otherworldly stories collected from baseball players, stadium personnel, umpires, front office folks, and fans, which explores the sometimes amusing and sometimes spooky connection between baseball and the paranormal.

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      Published :2019-02-12T21:49:50+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Haunted Baseball: Ghosts, Curses, Legends, And Eerie Events

    1. Mickey Bradley Mickey Bradley Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Haunted Baseball: Ghosts, Curses, Legends, And Eerie Events book, this is one of the most wanted Mickey Bradley Mickey Bradley author readers around the world.

    2. If you are a baseball fan you will enjoy this book. If you are a fan of ghosts and paranormal this is only a mildly interesting book. However, if you are a baseball and ghosts/paranormal fan then you will be thrilled to read this book of happenings at baseball parks around the country. My guy, who reads sporadically, watches baseball fanatically, and placidly follows me on my haunted excursions read this book as fast as possible and then wanted to chat about it!

    3. Totally fun to read, it relates stories about curses, ballpark hauntings, and superstitions of players and fans! I had some really good laughs over the Cubs curses and hauntings! You go ghosts!

    4. The book is nicely written. It is more about baseball legends and superstition than ghosts, although there are a few ghost stories to it. It is quite an enjoyable book for a baseball fan.

    5. This was a pretty good book. I enjoy ghost stories (even those that are allegedly true), and I love baseball, so tales of people seeing ghosts of old baseball legends is a double plus for me. I enjoyed most of the book, although it got a little tiresome during part where it was trying to convince me that the Diamondbacks spoiled things for the Yankees in the 2001 World Series because the Yankees deserved to win because of 9/11 and blah, blah, blah. I'm sorry. The Yankees NEVER deserve to win. Th [...]

    6. First of all, I would like to apologize for being so significantly overdue for the length of time it took me to finish this book. Second of all, I'm not going to lie, but I didn't find this book entertaining. Third of all, I would like to post my opinions:Maybe it is because I was never a baseball fan, I did not quite understood when the book talks about "Babe Ruth" or "Yankees" but I had been a horror-genre lover ever since I began reading. But this book certainly does not provide a good horror [...]

    7. I started this little gem in March and finished when I was out in AZ for Dodger spring training games. Here you can discover a field in Florida where many a baseball great roams the field, or you can learn about that baseball caught at Wrigley Field and they actually took it to a hotel before they drilled a hole in it to put some powder and let it explode-all to get read of the Cub curse that has plagued the team, so some say, since the 1940s. You can learn a lot about player superstitions too. [...]

    8. I really wanted to like this book - but unfortunately it did not meet my expectations. First of all, the author tried to do too much in too little a book. I thought it was a paranormal investigation book, but basically it's not - its just a gathering of stories and personal experiences. Also, the author strangely divides the book - and about a third of the book is paranormal stories; a third is about supposed "curses" on teams; and the remaining third is about individual curses. The result is a [...]

    9. This book was a disappointment for me. The second and third hand stories of ghosts, hexes and curses became tedious after a while. The most interesting chapters were the ones on the history of the "curses" that affect various teams. The most interesting being the history of the the Cubs "Billy Goat" curse. I was also partial to the information on the Red Sox. Since this book was published, at least 1 "cursed" team has gone on to win the World Series. That team would be the San Francisco Giants. [...]

    10. I'm a baseball fan and a ghost story fan and this book left me indifferent. It contains everything it promised: Ghosts, curses, legends and eerie events. HAUNTED BASEBALL By Michael Bradley and Dan Gordon functions as a series of short stories and vignettes. Maybe the supernatural beings that haunt baseball are not five-tool ghosts.

    11. Don't let the title fool you. Yes, there are some ghost stories but better yet, stories about history of teams, "cursed", and general folklore we baseball fans adore. I think baseball players and fans are some of the most superstitious people around. I thoroughly enjoyed it!! The authors did some major research. I cannot wait to read their second book! Wonderful read.

    12. You can enjoy this book without being interested in the paranormal, but you certainly better like baseball. Some of the chapters are about superstitions players and coaches believe in, while others are about strange activities in ballparks and clubhouses. It's a fun read with some great player/coach quotes.

    13. Had a Union College connection, so I tried it out. Authors couldn't seem to decide what kind of book they wanted it to be and it seemed a bit sloppy, almost like they tried to please everyone (all 800) they interviewed.Still, as a baseball fan, I enjoyed the stories about the game's history.

    14. interesting book. Really enjoyed the different hauntings but after awhile some started sounding alike. Same with the curses. Overall a good book for anyone interested in some of the myths hanging over baseball.

    15. entertaining ghost stories connected to baseball. Helps explain Yankee's current losing season: opposing teams no longer as intimidated by Yankees.

    16. Lots of fun info, some sad/melancholy stories. You don't have to be a baseball fanatic to enjoy this book, although it helps somewhat.

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