When the Cheering Stops: Ex-Major Leaguers Talk About Their Game and Their Lives
|Rating||:||4.40 (943 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||308 Pages|
T. Thackrey said Five Stars. Great book. If you like sports you will find this a great read.
. The majority had made few plans about what they would do and found the transition difficult, but managed to survive and, in some cases, to achieve success in other fields, ranging from college coaching to carpentry. From Publishers Weekly The 22 baseball players whose autobiographical sketches make up this unimpressive volume played in the big leagues before the era of the superstars. Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc. The title's implication that the players concentrate here on their post-baseball adjustments to life is misleading: most discuss their playing careers at length and append only a few paragraphs abut what they did after
When the Cheering Stops: Ex-Major Leaguers Talk About Their Game and Their Lives book on paperback has been released on 0000-00-00. consist of 308 of pages and writen by Lee Heiman, Dave Weiner, Bill Gutman are really nice book to read. Although it oficially circulated on paperback but you still download it on other format or just read it online from our website.