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Behind the Plate: A Catcher's View of the Braves Dynasty Hardcover – February 1, 2012
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About the Author
Javy Lopez is a three-time All-Star and the catcher for the Atlanta Braves powerhouse teams of the 1990s, including the squad that won the 1995 World Series. He lives in Suwanee, Georgia. Gary Caruso is a sports journalist, Braves historian, and author of The Braves Encyclopedia and Turner Field: Rarest of Diamonds. He lives in Vista, California.
Top Customer Reviews
I just finished the new John Smoltz book prior to reading Javy's book, and can honestly recommend both to any Braves fan, or anyone interested in reading a book abut a professional athletes life. Both authors tell of their personal lives, and how playing professional sports while maintaining a family can be very challenging, I learned a lot about my team from both of these heroes.
Also, you get answers to the questions that had no answers like why Javy left the Braves in 2004, or why the Baltimore effort did not pan out. The photos were well chosen, and I really enjoyed the book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A few expletives used that I assumed would not be there for the reader I gave this too. Still a good read for a fan.Published 18 months ago by Mr. Hubert O. Knauff Jr.
A great book about the behind scenes of the Braves. I really enjoyed it .Published 21 months ago by Lorrie Hunnicutt
A must read for any fan of the braves especially if you watched them win the World Series!Published on July 18, 2014 by burlhgorse
As a diehard Braves fan, it is pretty hard to find a book written by someone from the Braves organization that isn't of interest.Published on June 23, 2014 by Gary L Fisher