It was not edited well, if at all, although in the foreword, it does plainly say it was not.
This book is not just a "must" for Yankee, baseball or sports fans but everyone will find his story captivating on a personel and entertainment level.
This is the book for you if you grew up a Ynakee fan during the dry years of the late 60s and early 70s.
Brings back memories, but i could do without the religious overtones!!Published 2 months ago by Thomas E. Melle
I was disappointed in the Author's "Over The Top" Proselytizing(sp?) about Which Former Yankee Teammates were going to Heaven! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dakotah John Skilbred
Fritz Peterson has let his personal animosities and his evangelical slant on things get in the way of what could have been an amusing book. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Vivian Tremayne
I could look the other way about the terrible grammar and editing, but I can't disregard Peterson's know all attitude as to "who is going to heaven. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Groucho Marc
Fritz uses a lot of them!
Fritz also has a pretty clear idea of who and who isn't going to be a "first round draft choice", his way of saying "going to Heaven"... Read more
This was a thoroughly enjoyable read, especially for those of us who grew up watching the "Horace Clarke Yankees. Read morePublished on June 24, 2012 by Michael R. Nunno
After reading reviews, I was expecting something special. Instead, what I got were the same rehashed stories that have been published many times before(how many times can you hear... Read morePublished on January 1, 2012 by L. LaRossa
The book was not well written, though in Peterson's defense, he never claims to be a writer. It was not edited well, if at all, although in the foreword, it does plainly say it... Read morePublished on November 19, 2010 by the preacher
What a marvelous book!
Maybe specially pertinant for me, since I was a Yankee Stadium vendor in the Horace Clark / Dooley Womack down years. Read more