A father takes his son to his first baseball game at Wrigley Field, creating a bond that carries on throughout their lives and through future generations. It is a story of relationship, devotion and love as seen through the eyes of one man.
Warren Roth is an average middle-class family man who wakes up one day to discover a mysterious afflication that soon alters not only his life but the lives of his family and all those in his community.
There have been many stories written about Muhammad Ali, but few from the standpoint of one who remembers him was he was not so popular and following him through his astonishing career, and having the chance to meet him, even engaging in a sparring session.
This is the story of Ali as told by someone who watched him rise from villian to "The Greatest"
All sports lists are flawed in one way or another. They are subjective, based on other's opinions and often end up comparing apples to oranges. This is a list of greatest athletes, teams and moments of the modern era of sports, as witnessed first hand by a sports writer.
The term "Game of the Century" has been overused by fans and the media to the point where it has lost its meaning. There was one game, however, that stands out above the rest and is deserving of the label "The True Game of the Century."
The sport of boxing has declined in popularity significantly over the last quarter century. But there was a time when it ranked among the major sporting events in the country. This is a concise history of the golden age of heavyweight boxing in America, from John L. Sullivan to Muhammad Ali.
This is true a story of turning 60 and reflecting back on my life - beginning the day I turned 6. The book tells of my memories growing up, the people I met and places I lived along the way - and an event that would change my life forever.