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Roberto Alomar

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A personal portrait of this New York Met through many author interviews with Roberto, family, and friends.
Library Binding, 64 pages
Published January 28th 1999 by Mitchell Lane Publishers (first published January 1999)
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Tyler Boon
Feb 21, 2010 Tyler Boon rated it liked it
This book is a lot like the other ones I have read but I like him because he doesn't stick out or try to be the hotshot. He does his job and his job is to play baseball well
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Norman Macht is a freelance baseball historian who has authored numerous books and innumerable articles in publications such as Baseball Digest, The Sporting News, National Sports Daily, Sports Heritage, USA Today Baseball Weekly, The San Francisco Examiner and The National Pastime (plus other SABR publications).
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