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A collaboration between Mr. Allen and the "ghost" writer. It delves deep into the life and times of Dick Allen; he was a complicated man in a revolutionary atmosphere.Published 10 months ago by Dr. William Costello
Contains a lot of what I'd always wanted to know about my first favorite baseball player.Published 11 months ago by G. Benson
Wrapped and waiting ...it's a Christmas present for my husband...a huge Phillies fan!
I loved this book. I was a big of his,when I was young. this book portrays his good and bad sides.Published 16 months ago by knarf
A good read for those even unfamiliar with "The Ballplayer"'s exploits. A tremendous character study for sociologists, as well as history buffs-baseball is almost secondary... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Ian M.
Thanks for finding a copy of this book, which my wife gave to me to celebrate my 39th birthday (For the thirty-first time, a la Jack Benny! Read morePublished on October 22, 2013 by nancy pelepko
I liked it as I've always been a Richie 'Dick' Allen fan. Free thinking souls with lots of talent should not be penalized by egotistical sportswriters who think they're bigger than... Read morePublished on September 14, 2013 by Ken Piet