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George Brett: From Here to Cooperstown
by George Brett
For those that have thrilled to George's accomplishments and admired his blue-collar, head-first approach to the game he loves, this text should be of interest. It includes Brett's retrospective on everything from the childhood that moulded him, through his day-to-day battles, and concludes with the genuine awe he feels at being given baseball's grandest compliment - the ...more
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published May 1st 1999 by Taylor Trade Publishing
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Solid autobiography of one of modern baseball's all time greatest players. Disagree? Just remember he got 98% of the fickle Hall of Fame Vote on his first year of eligibility. Ninety-Eight-Percent. A must read for all baseball historians and Kansas City Royals fans.
Basically a coffee table book. While I enjoyed reading through it, it is no by mean a definitive piece on George Brett. Some great anecdotes and interesting tidbits, but not likely worth your time unless you're a KC fan or baseball junkie like myself.