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Default Short Interview with Robert Creamer by Graham Womack

I'd never seen this before today. From 2012. Pretty cool. If you love the game and not just collecting things, I think you'll find it pretty interesting.

https://baseballpastandpresent.com/i...obert-creamer/
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I'd never seen this before today. From 2012. Pretty cool. If you love the game and not just collecting things, I think you'll find it pretty interesting.

https://baseballpastandpresent.com/i...obert-creamer/
Read through the entire thing. Hearing the older generations perspective on things is always interesting. They are the last living links to certain times in our nation and in the world.

Creamer passed away roughly six months after the interview was published. Such a wealth of knowledge. I'd whole heatedly agree with his view that "The Glory of Their Times" is the best baseball book, you will ever find,
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