I have been a baseball fan as long as I can remember. I have written four baseball books. My area of passion for baseball is the 1960s and 1970s and I like to write about the interesting players and characters from the era.
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Brooks: The Biography of Brooks Robinson
by Doug Wilson
Finalist for the 2014 Casey Award! Selected by the National Baseball Hall of Fame for the 2014 author's series Brooks Robinson is one of baseball's most transcendent and revered players. He won a record sixteen straight Gold Gloves at third base, led one of the best teams of the era, and is often cited as the greatest...
The first biography of the eccentric pitcher, rookie All-Star starter, 70s pop icon, and first athlete on the cover of Rolling Stone For those who remember him, Mark Fidrych is still that player who brings a smile to your face, the irresistibly likable pitcher whose sudden rise brightened the star-spangled season of 1976...
Fred Hutchinson is memorialized today by the Hutch Award given annually by Major League Baseball and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, one of the top research centers in the world. The popular manager of the Cincinnati Reds was at the top of his profession when he was suddenly diagnosed with terminal lung cancer in...
Carlton Fisk retired having played in more games and hit more home runs than any other catcher before him. A baseball superstar in the 1970s and 80s, Fisk was known not just for his dedication to the sport and tremendous plays but for the respect with which he treated the game. A homegrown icon, Fisk rapidly became the face of one of...
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