1. Ty Cobb Celebrates 125th; Once Got Management of Detroit Tigers as Birthday Gift

    There are people in several states celebrating the birth of Ty Cobb , baseball's most intelligent performer and the first player elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame ...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about almost 3 years ago 1,090 reads 3 comments

  2. Ty Cobb, Hall of Famer, Betrayed by Writers for 50 Years. Player's Legacy Ruined

    50 YEARS of SUBVERSION, COBB STILL ENDURES! Writers Betrayed Hall of Famer, Ruined his Legacy. By WESLEY FRICKS The TY COBB Historian Tampa, Fla., July 17, 2011 – It was 50 years ago today that Ty Cobb made his final out...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about 3 years ago 4,849 reads 14 comments

  3. Ty Cobb Would Approve Of Rose Breaking His Records, Gets Hall Of Fame Vote!

    Do I think Pete Rose should be in the Hall of Fame? Pete Rose has worked hard for 24 years to become a record holder for Major League Baseball...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about 4 years ago 746 reads 2 comments

  4. Florida Gators Drown Under the Tide in Atlanta, Alabama Wins SEC Championship

    December 5, 2009. Tampa, Fl. ROLL TIDE!!! Alabama beat the gators out with some great football. I am proud of the team who did not start the season saying, "we are going the win the national championship" before the first game was even played...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about almost 5 years ago 549 reads 14 comments

  5. Who Do You Believe Was Really the Greatest: Ty Cobb or Babe Ruth?

    Some say he revived the game of baseball. A game that surely needed resurrection in the early 1920's. The Black Sox scandal had just crashed the game beyond repair...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about 5 years ago 190 reads 6 comments

  6. Ty Cobb To Build New State-Of-The Art Medical Center For Northeast Georgia

    Friday June 12th, 2009, Royston, Georgia - Ty Cobb, baseball's first Hall of Fame player, had another "dream" come true this week as the Ty Cobb Healthcare System, Inc. announced new plans to build a state-of-the-art medical center in Franklin County...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about over 5 years ago 1,287 reads 0 comments

  7. Former Detroit Tigers Star Ty Cobb and His Long Journey Home To Georgia

    “So long as suns are warm, baseballs thrown and hit; as long as grass grows green on the infields of diamonds in great cities and bush-league towns, and the bleachers ...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about over 5 years ago 430 reads 3 comments

  8. The Ty Cobb Museum: A Museum Built with a Bat!

    Sunday, June 7, 2009, Royston, Ga. - Ty Cobb’s legacy has been captured and preserved for future generations in one of the finest museums in the country...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about over 5 years ago 973 reads 1 comments

  9. Little Leaguer: Pledging to Stand Against Cheating in Baseball and Life

    June 3, 2009, St. Petersburg, Fl - Little Leaguers everywhere are listening to the voice of character, Dale Murphy...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about over 5 years ago 151 reads 1 comments

  10. Ty Cobb's 1925 Hudson Has Survived Eight Decades, $25,000 For It Today

    Ryan Duckett of West Palm Beach, Florida Now Owns Ty Cobb's Former Wheels. "A car of this nature, fully restored, could net as much as $75,000" _______________________________________________________________________ ...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about 6 years ago 1,575 reads 4 comments

  11. Ty Cobb: Through the Eyes of an Atlanta Batboy, Part III

    Featuring Georgia Native, Ty Cobb's Batboy, Jimmy F. Lanier "And that was the last time I saw Mr. Cobb alive...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about 6 years ago 627 reads 0 comments

  12. The Georgia Peach, Baseball Great Ty Cobb Joins U.S. Army's Gas & Flame Division

    Aug. 9, 2008 - Royston, Georgia Georgia's great baseball legend was commissioned by Washington to defend our country's freedom in France in 1918...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about 6 years ago 3,394 reads 5 comments

  13. Ty Cobb: Through the Eyes of an Atlanta Batboy, Part II

    Featuring Georgia Native, Ty Cobb's Batboy, Jimmy F. Lanier "You Teach a Boy to Throw a Baseball and he won't throw a rock" _______________________________________________________________________ Aug...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about 6 years ago 817 reads 3 comments

  14. Ty Cobb: Through the Eyes of an Atlanta Batboy, Part I

    Featuring Georgia Native, Ty Cobb's Batboy, Jimmy F. Lanier "This is the absolute pinnacle of my association with Ty Cobb." _______________________________________________________________________ Aug.

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about 6 years ago 1,119 reads 2 comments

  15. Ty Cobb's Final Inning

    Aug. 3, 2008 A light rain, a somber crowd, and 200 little leaguers lined up on both sides of the highway to mark the end of a long and memorable journey for one of baseball’s great, Ty Cobb...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about 6 years ago 1,360 reads 2 comments

  16. Ty Cobb Was Not A Racist

    Tyrus Raymond Cobb was by far the greatest player in Major League Baseball's history, but very few write about his personal side—the side that has been buried beneath the weight of time...

    Wesley Fricks Written by Wesley Fricks about 6 years ago 29,931 reads 46 comments