BOOKS FOR PURCHASE
The Impossible Dream 1967 Red Sox: Birth of Red Sox Nation
Herbert F. Crehan
Over fifty years ago, the 1967 Boston Red Sox made an “Impossible Dream” come true for all Boston Red Sox fans. This book tells the story of that magical season from the perspective of twelve of the most important players including Jim Lonborg, Rico Petrocelli and Carl Yastrzemski. Crehan has been a contributing writer for Red Sox Magazine for over 20 years and he has interviewed manager Dick Williams and 21 Red Sox players from 1967, in order to write this book.
Each copy will be personally signed by the author, Herb Crehan
Includes shipping within the U.S.
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Red Sox Heroes of Yesteryear
The colorful, tumultuous, and ultimately triumphant story of the Boston Red Sox has been graced by a series of dynamic, charismatic athletes. Red Sox Heroes of Yesteryear tells the story of 40 such legends ranging from Bobby Doerr through Dennis Eckersley.
Limited hardcover edition (only 500 printed) signed by Herb Crehan:
The next three buyers of Red Sox Heroes will receive the Official First Day of Issue Ted Williams Stamp with a July 20, 2012 Cooperstown, NY, postmark as our way of saying “Thank You!”
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Life Is More than Nine Innings:
Frank Sullivan is a Red Sox Hall of Fame pitcher whose book ranks him as a Hall Of Fame storyteller. This delightful book covers his professional baseball career and many of the great players from his career as well as many human interest tales from his very adventurous life.
To order an autographed copy of this book, please make a check out to Frank Sullivan for $23—includes postage—and sent it along with your signing instructions to:
Frank Sullivan, P.O. Box 1873, Lihue, HI 96766
Dick Trust covered sports for The Patriot Ledger of Quincy, Mass., for 40-plus years before retiring in 2006. Now a freelance writer and photographer, Dick lives in Scituate, Mass. His limited-edition, coffee-table book of never-before-published photos, Ted Williams: Newly Exposed, is available by contacting him at email@example.com Each copy of the book is $49.95 plus shipping. Dick will sign each book upon request.