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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Bob Logan  

Pen Name: None

Genre: Non-Fiction

Audience: Adult;

Born:


-- Bob Logan on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=bob++logan


Illinois Connection

Logan lived in Chicago.

Biographical and Professional Information

Bob Logan has written about thousands of players, coaches, managers, games, and assorted intriguing types in his eventful half-century as a morning newspaperman. He spent most of that time in Chicago, as a man for all sports and all seasons, covering them with a blend of humor and insight that provides his readers with a unique perspective


Published Works Expand for more information


Titles At Your Library

The Bulls and Chicago: A stormy affair
ISBN: 069580619X

Follett Pub. Co. 1975

Vintage history of the Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association.

Miracle on Thirty-Fifth Street: Winnin' Ugly With the 1983 White Sox
ISBN: 089651451X

Icarus Pr. 1983

Cubs Win
ISBN: 0809252996

McGraw-Hill Contemporary. 1984

Full of history of the Chicago Cubs ballclub, the players of the 1984 seasan with hundreds of black and white photographs. Has all thes players statistics actions pictures and photos and events of the clubs wonderful amazing year.

So You Think You're A Die-Hard Cub Fan
ISBN: 0809252635

McGraw-Hill Contemporary. 1985

Book by Logan

The Chicago Sports Barroom Analyst
ISBN: 0809247208

Contemporary Books, Inc.. 1988

Bob Logan's Tales from Chicago Sports: Cubs, Bulls, Bears and Other Animals
ISBN: 1582614709

Sports Publishing. 2002

Tales from Chicago Sports: Cubs, Bulls, Bears and Other Animals will combine stories, anecdotes, columns and fun stuff about the Windy City's sports teams, woven together by text of Bob Logan's personal memories and tales...some taller than others. It will include vignettes about Chicago personalities such as Bill Veeck, Ernie Banks, Mike Ditka, Jack Brickhouse, Harry Caray, Michael Jordan, Sammy Sosa and others the author has known. This book doesn't dwell on arrests, drug busts and greed, but instead will recall the days of pure fun and enjoyment, on the field and in the stands. Fans everywhere, not just in Chicago, will enjoy this 40-year romp through history.

More Tales from the Cubs Dugout
ISBN: 1582615616

Sports Publishing LLC. 2003

More Tales from the Cubs Dugout lets the reader bite off a huge chunk of tasty Cubs fun and fantasy, heartbreak and happiness during unforgettable afternoons in the sun, rain, wind and fog that make every inning an adventure at Wrigley Field. It's written in sprightly style by Bob Logan, who covered baseball for 32 years as a Chicago Tribune and Daily Herald sportswriter. Logan broke in on the Cubs beat when Leo "the Lip" Durocher was their manager, struggling to overcome an agonizing finish to the incredible summer of 1969. This book is crammed with stories, quotes, and anecdotes and inside stuff from his personal relationship with the managers, players and front-office people on the Cub scene since then. This is a book you'll want to read over again, use for ammunition in those Hot Stove League bull sessions about whether this year really is that long-awaited "next year," and get extra copies for friends-especially young Cub fans.


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