|Search NorthernLight for articles about Cobb: This gives you access to a huge database of newspaper and magazine articles from across the country and the world with many interesting stories about Cobb. NorthernLight charges you to download the article, but the abstracts and full citations are free, so you can look 'em up on your own if you'd prefer.||Search NorthernLight for Cobb web sites: A search of the Net by the biggest and baddest search engine for other Cobb-related sites not listed here.
Ty Cobb Museum: The site of the Ty Cobb Museum in his home town of Royston, GA.
|Ty Cobb Letters: A collection of letters from Cobb to The Sporting News publisher and friend Taylor Spink.||Ty Cobb's Grave: Picture of the mausoleum, as well as directions to the cemetery in Royston, GA.|
|Conlon Photo Collection: A collection of photos from the great Golden Era baseball photographer, including information concerning ordering "museum quality prints" of his photos.||Cobb with Honus Wagner and Davy Jones at the 1909 World Series
Ty Cobb: A Cobb bio page.
|Ty Cobb Baseball Card Images: From the Library of Congress' American Memory Collection.||Unofficial Ty Cobb- Tris Speaker- Joe Wood Page: Photos and concise bios of each of the three stars.|
|Baseball Time Machine: A fascinating site which allows you, among other things, to place Cobb (or one of 6 other players) in different eras in baseball history and see what their projected lifetime stats would have been if they had played in a different time.||
Search Barnes and Noble for books about Cobb: Here you find both in-print and out of print and used books about Cobb
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Cobb: A review of the movie Cobb interspersed with comparisons between Pete Rose and Cobb.
|A Night in Manchester with Ty Cobb: A great article by Bob Hilliard about the gentle side of Cobb revealed one night in New Hampshire 40 years ago.||Ty Cobb: A piece from a research project by Ken Camozzi about his grandfather's career as a semi-pro baseball player and his encounter with Cobb.|
|@ugusta History: Ty Cobb, a baseball hall of famer, made Augusta his home. A June 21, 1996, article from the Augusta Chronicle.||Ty Cobb: From the company that licenses his image.
Ty Cobb: Brief bio from Total Baseball Online.
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