Originally published in 1970, Jim Bouton’s Ball Four was the first of its kind. Commonly considered one of the greatest sports books of all time, it was groundbreaking in the sense that it was the first ever work to take
I had so much fun with this project last year that I figured I’d duplicate the effort for 2011. Besides, it gives my newer readers a look back at 365 days of my ranting and raving.
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The night Jim Bouton helped me write a book report