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None but the Braves: A Pitcher, a Team, a Champion
by Tom Glavine
In a city that had almost given up on the idea of a world championship, pitcher Tom Glavine turned dreams into reality when he pitched one of the greatest games in World Series History. The 1-0 victory over the Cleveland Indians in game six of the 1995 World Series clinched Atlanta's first world championship and made Glavine a hero. In None But the Braves, Glavine tells th ...more
Hardcover, 226 pages
Published September 5th 1996 by Harper
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A very good book about one of the great pitchers of the game. The book details Glavine's life as a youngster through his time with the Braves. Some of it deals with his mechanics of pitching but most is about his team, teammates, coaches, mangers, owners, etc. If you are a Tom Glavine fan or a Braves fan you will enjoy this book!
A fun book to read after his Induction to the Hall of Fame. It is most definately not a tell all like Ball Four. However, it was interesting to hear Glavine's stories behind his choice between hockey and baseball and his role in the 1994 Strike. Obviously, a good read for Braves fans!
A fantastic read written in a true first person voice. Tom Glavine shares his stories of growing up playing baseball, decisions on picking a sport to pursue professionally, and on being a Brave. As a huge Tom Glavine and Braves fan, I really enjoyed reading this.