The Last Remains of a Legend Ty Cobb, baseball's eccentric genius, died in rural Georgia more than 30 years ago, very wealthy and virtually alone. The author recently paid him a visit

Montville, Leigh
October 1992
Sports Illustrated;10/27/1992, p60
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