SOURCE: The Conversation
by Chris Lamb
"She had to live through the death threats, endure the vile screams of the fans and watch her husband get knocked down by pitch after pitch. … She was beautiful and wise and replenished his strength and courage.”
SOURCE: New York Times
Through images and personal essays by longtime New York Times writers, a vivid look at the man who made baseball truly American.
“[W]e believe that the College took this action to block broader understanding of the recent scandals in UNC’s major intercollegiate athletic programs."
SOURCE: Basic Books: Special to HNN
The book is by Cait Murphy.
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