Die-hard baseball fans, here it is, a book on your sport by insders for insiders. Truly, it could bore others because this is a cornucopia of detailed strategies in lock-step for pitching and hiting by two of the best who ever played the game. Authors are pitcher Bob Gibson--a man of indescribable intensity and candor, who I once watched on the first base side strike out 17 Detroit Tigers in the first game of the 1968 World Series, and Reggie Jackson, hailed as "Mr. October" for his clutch hitting for the Yankees in World Series play. Both are knowledgeable and entertaining Hall-of-Famers who share secrets they never would have in their playing days. You want to plumb the meaing of greatness in the playing this game? Read this book! Order it from the Amazon Ferris Wheel below right on this page.
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