P.K. Library Journal
"…a sentimental book for readers who like the old-fashioned appeal of the father-son baseball connection... Readers will enjoy the simple reminiscences of players such as Moises Alou or Aaron Boone who had MLB fathers and who grew up around the stadium. Other sons, e.g., pitcher Greg Maddux, had dads who coached them in the early years and who were wise enough to realize the limits of their baseball knowledge. …a good option for public libraries or as a Father’s Day gift."
Terry Francona is the two-time World Series champion manager for the Boston Red Sox and the fourth person in history to manage 1,000 games for the Red Sox.
I'm lucky enough to have such a strong relationship with my father who also taught me the game. I thought this book would have inspiring stories we could should together. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Avid Fan
Very interesting to read about how the players got their starts and how their Fathers helped them along the way. Read morePublished 14 months ago by mare