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Remembering Harry Kalas
Remembering Harry Kalas ›
By Rich Wolfe
Price 14.95

Trade Paper

ISBN 9781600788123

Published Apr 2013

A stirring tribute to Harry Kalas, the voice of the Philadelphia Phillies from 1971 until his sudden passing in 2009, this work captures the spirit of the man who became as synonymous with the city of Philadelphia as a Mike Schmidt home run, a cheesesteak sandwich, or the Liberty Bell. Remembering Harry Kalas includes stories about the longtime Phillies voice from a who’s who of national figures and people who were close to the late broadcaster, including Schmidt, Kalas’s family, Tim McCarver, Curt Smith, Phillies president David Montgomery, Ryan Howard, Mike Piazza, and many others. It is the definitive book about one of the most memorable personalities in the City of Brotherly Love.
For Cardinals Fans Only!
For Cardinals Fans Only! ›
By Rich Wolfe
Price 18.95

Trade Paper

ISBN 9781600788130

Published Mar 2013

A collection of fan reminiscences, this keepsake serves as a vehicle for fans to share their funniest stories, saddest memories, happiest times, and craziest moments relating the St. Louis Cardinals. For Cardinals Fans Only! is a memento for any Redbird fanatic with the staunch supporters' musings on topics such as the team’s two recent World Series titles and their previous nine championships; Cardinal greats, including Stan “the Man” Musial, Bob Gibson, and Mark McGwire; and the team’s long-standing rivalry with the Chicago Cubs. From thoughts on old Busch Stadium to the recently retired, future Hall of Fame manager Tony La Russa, this is the definitive read for any and all Cardinals supporters.
Da Coach
Da Coach (3 Formats) ›
By Rich Wolfe
Trade Paper Price 14.95

Trade Paper, EPUB, Mobipocket

ISBN 9781572434394

Published Sep 2000

Capturing the tough, no-holds-barred stories told by Mike Ditka's drinking buddies, combative players, loyal teammates, friends, and fans, this unique tell-all shows “Da Coach” through the eyes of the people closest to him. Raucous and amusing, this biography proves that Ditka's no-nonsense attitude and give-'em-hell demeanor on the playing field was certainly no act. Gale Sayers, Dick Butkus, and Walt Garrison remember going shoulder to shoulder on the gridiron with the monster of the midway himself. Jim McMahon, Mike Singletary, and Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson share incredible stories of Ditka's intense sideline strategizing, skirmishes, and scuffles. Tom Landry, Dave McGinnis, and Bob Costas recount Ditka's early years as a renegade roughhouser, and his incredible success as the man in charge of the World Champion Chicago Bears. Da Coach celebrates the life and colorful times of a true sports original who has it all—guts, glory, and personality to spare.