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Riveting and exquisitely reported. --Washington Post --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
Curt Smith is "the Voice of authority on baseball broadcasting" (USA Today). He is the author of fourteen books, including the classic Voices of the Game, Voices of Summer, and, most recently, the best-selling Pull Up a Chair. Smith is a columnist for GateHouse Media, the host of Perspectives for National Public Radio’s Rochester affiliate, and senior lecturer of English at the University of Rochester. Says Bob Costas of the former presidential speechwriter, "Curt Smith stands up for the beauty of words."See all Editorial Reviews
terrible! the style of writing is very irksome--overuse of quotations---this could have been a very interesting book since the subject matter is Vin Scully and there is nothing... Read morePublished 2 months ago by The Hikemaster
arrived safely and being a long-time Dodger fan....loved the book! Thanks again for all your great response and quick reply! God Bless YOU!! RMHPublished 6 months ago by richard hanson
Vin Scully is something of a national treasure. He's been the voice of the Dodgers, from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, for more than 50 years. Read morePublished 8 months ago by WDX2BB
There is something big to be said about longevity, as I get older I appreciate it more. Vin was broadcasting baseball games before I was born. Read morePublished 11 months ago by R. Morton
The book was informative about Scully, but there were times when the author Curt Smith wen off on tangents... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mark Ducharme