Praise for Wherever I Wind Up:
“R.A. Dickey is one of the coolest athletes I’ve ever met.”
—George Vecsey, The New York Times
“Dickey has set a new standard for athlete autobiographies.”
, Starred review
“It's a gripping memoir, a brutally honest account...It might be the finest piece of nonfiction baseball writing since Ball Four.”
—Jon Wertheim, Sports Illustrated
"Wherever I Wind Up is an astounding memoir–haunting and touching, courageous and wise."
—Jeremy Schaap, bestselling author, Emmy award-winning journalist, ESPN
"Nobody in baseball has overcome more obstacles than R.A. Dickey, and nobody writes about them with more honesty and insight...This is an awesome book by an awesome man."
—Orel Hershiser, ESPN Sunday Night Baseball analyst, former MLB All-Star
"A wonderful and powerful new memoir."
—Jim Caple, ESPN
"I can't recommend Wherever I Wind Up enough."
—Gary Cohen, SportsNet NY (SNY
"R.A. Dickey's book is unlike any other professional athlete's autobiography you have ever read. And that is a very good thing."
—Mike Bauman, MLB.com
About the Author
R.A. Dickey, a starting pitcher for the New York Mets, won 20 games and the National League Cy Young Award in 2012. He is the only active player in the majors who uses the knuckleball as his primary pitch. When not on the road with the team, he lives in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife and four children.
Wayne Coffey is an award-winning journalist for the New York Daily News and the author of more than thirty books.
Sue Corbett is the author of several books for children, including Free Baseball and The Last Newspaper Boy in America. She is also a regular contributor to The Miami Herald, Publishers Weekly, and People magazine.