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At Rickwood Field, home of the University of Alabama in Birmingham baseball team, the players were limbering up and UAB Coach Harry Walker, who can teach hitting and bump gums with the best of them, was talkin'...
January 10, 1977 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Harry Walker, former major league baseball player and manager, on his reaction when he was given a $2,500 bonus to sign with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1939: "I felt like one of those instant millionaires."
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September 05, 1966 | Jack Mann
Loquacious Manager Harry Walker exhausts his Pittsburgh players with continuing lectures on how to play the game, but his ear-weary team could win the pennant
July 18, 1966 | Mark Mulvoy
The Pittsburgh Pirates have the league's four leading hitters, a rustic rookie pitcher and a bunch of flakes. And they may end up with the pennant