I read a lot of baseball books and many are just poorly-written and boring.
It brought back a lot of memories from my childhood, but it also gave me a much more nuanced look at Dock Ellis as a man as well as a player.
Donald Hall, one of the country's great poets, writes with passion about Dock Ellis, one of baseball's most colorful figures.
Needs pics - perhaps that's just the particular paperback volume I purchased?Published 21 days ago by Jim C
One of those books you can't put down. Was extremely insightful read and gave solid insight into doc the man.Published 26 days ago by Rev.JamesT. Ford