My Eighty-Two Year Love Affair with Fenway Park: From Teddy Ballgame to Mookie Betts
Before or after you do, please take a moment to read the rest of this page about my book, American Jews and America’s Game: Voices of a Growing Legacy in Baseball.
As you will read at the end of the memoir, if you like the memoir, I think you will love American Jews and America’s Game: Voices of a Growing Legacy in Baseball, whose website you are now on. Should you want to read an excerpt from the book, please go to About the Book above, and you will find the first story in the book on famed slugger, Hank Greenberg, and all of the introductory material; also included there is a rare drawing of Sandy Koufax, an amazing photo of Babe Ruth, a touching one of Jackie Robinson, Ted Williams in the cockpit of his fighter plane in Korea, and Kevin Youkilis in the more tame Sox clubhouse. I have been humbled by the wonderful things folks have said to me after reading it.
The whole book is like that! I invite you to purchase and enjoy it now.
As for the memoir, consider it as a gift to you, the baseball fans of America. Please share it with whomever you like whether in electronic or print form. I wrote the memoir from my heart, and hope it goes to yours, with some laughs and memories touching your own as it moves along. Indeed, Fenway Park, gleaming green as an emerald in the bright light is a metaphor for friendships formed there, and on baseball “fields of dreams” all over America. That is what is celebrated in American Jews and America’s Game: Voices of a Growing Legacy in Baseball.