Ron Fairly Pens 1st Person Memoir Covering 50 Years as a Ball Player & Broadcaster: Behind-the-Scenes Stories That are Funny, Entertaining & Dramatic
“Fairly at Bat: My 50 years in baseball, from the batter’s box to the broadcast booth”
PALM DESERT, Calif., Feb. 1, 2018 – Back Story Publishing today released baseball great Ron Fairly’s first-person memoir Fairly at Bat: My 50 years in baseball, from the batter’s box to the broadcast booth written with former Los Angeles Times sports reporter and author Steve Springer. Fairly at Bat is a series of stories told in Fairly’s voice that cover his 50-year career as a player and broadcaster, including as a member of three World Series champion Dodgers teams in the 1950s and ‘60s. The book includes a foreword by Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda, a timeline of Fairly’s career from youth baseball in Long Beach, Calif., to the broadcast booth, until his retirement in 2012, and a statistical summary of his 20 years as a major leaguer. The book is available on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com.
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