Dick Williams, Montreal and Steve Rogers

As I continue to weave my way through Dick Williams’ 1990 biography, No More Mr. Nice Guy (one of the finer athlete biographies I’ve read), it’s clear that the feisty Hall of Fame skipper enjoyed his time in Canada. After being fired by the Red Sox in 1969, Williams spent 1970 as Gene Mauch’s third-baseContinue reading “Dick Williams, Montreal and Steve Rogers”

Dick Williams’ “Impossible Dream” began in Toronto

In his candid biography “No More Mr. Nice Guy,” Dick Williams admits he was a “designated smart ass” during his playing career. A chronic shoulder injury hampered him as a player and eventually relegated him to a bench jockey role, where he became an expert at getting under the skin of opposing players. In 13Continue reading “Dick Williams’ “Impossible Dream” began in Toronto”