"his captioning provides valuable context, and his introduction to each chapter frames the importance of the season against his own experiences as a young fan dealing with dealing with his brother's deployment in the Vietnam War."
"The collection of photographs that comprises 1967 Red Sox is impressive and comprehensive."
"1967 Red Sox isn't just a baseball book. It is also a book about community and finding ways to cope in difficult times through the redemptive qualities of sport."
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From Jason Carter The Writer's Journey
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words; these pictures are worth much more to baseball fanatics. To relive the season in Fenway Park with Yaz and Lonnie and Tony Conigliaro and Reggie Smith and Rico Petrocelli and the many other BoSox, to see them both in the field and in more candid moments in the clubhouse, it is a treasure that Red Sox fans and baseball fans will love.
From Matt Nadel.....MLB Network's Kid Blogger
"Sinibaldi does a great job describing the final weeks of the '67 season without missing any important points that need to be mentioned. Also, the pictures that were chosen were magnificent, and the book as a whole is very good. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to learn a little about the history of the Red Sox, especially that exciting 1967 season (even though the Sox did lose the '67 Series to the Cardinals in seven games). However, even if you know a lot about this topic, you should still go pick up the book."