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Split Season 1981
Fernandomania, The Bronx Zoo and The Strike That Saved Baseball
(Thomas Dunne Books)
Split Season 1981: Fernandomania, The Bronx Zoo and The Strike That Saved Baseball is the never-before-told, behind the scenes story of the exciting and memorable 1981 baseball season, the year of Fernando Valenzuela, Pete Rose and the last Yankees-Dodgers World Series, and the mid-season, owner-provoked strike that cut the heart out of the American summer.
Top Ten Finalist for Spitball Magazine's 2015 Casey Award.
On Main St., Cooperstown
From Jim Caple's ESPN visit. Photo by Robert Caplin.
From New York Times
Article by Richard Sandomir, photo by Andrew Sullivan.
Baseball Project Day
I mayorally proclaimed August 1, 2014, "Baseball Project Day" in Cooperstown. Scott McCaughey, Mike Mills, Steve Wynn and Linda Pitmon (L-R).
At SABR meeting at the Baseball Hall of Fame
Seaver and Me
With the great one, October 2003
Stills, Nash and Katz
One of many failed supergroups.
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