did the tax returns for Ray Schalk's widow. And for Ray himself before he died about 10 years earlier. I remember asking my boss, one of the partners, if he had met him, and he said yes, quite a few times.
Obviously I was fascinated and one of the things that came up in the conversation was how angry Schalk was and continued to be about being sold out by his teammates in the World Series - and that Schalk didn't like to talk about it.
Note that in the film, Schalk, the catcher, was depicted at being royally pissed off at what was going on in the field.