"...a wonderful book...I knew and loved Mel and Borelli captures him in full measure. You'll love this book." -- Larry King, Host of CNN's Larry King Live
<br /><br />"The narrative of Stephen Borelli is also rich, deep and resonant, above the crowd of contemporary biographies." -- Jim Bohannon, host of The Jim Bohannon Show
<br /><br />At last, a definitive look at one of the preeminent broadcasters in history -- Jim Bohannon, Host of The Jim Bohannon Show
<br /><br />It's a heck of a book. You'll love it if you're a baseball fan. --John Sterling, New York Yankees broadcaster
About the Author
Stephen Borelli lives in the Washington, D.C., area, where he graduated from Georgetown University and is now an assistant news director for USA TODAY.com. He has covered all levels of baseball as well as numerous other sports and has written for USA TODAY, The Washington Post, Harvard University's Nieman Reports and TENNIS Magazine. He grew up outside New York City, where he learned baseball from watching Mel Allen on This Week in Baseball and going to New York Yankees games. He began his career in the South, working for the Pensacola (Florida) News Journal, The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, and as a sportswriter in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina.