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This is a unbelievable book to share with students during Black History month. It lends itself so well to teaching inferences. So a lot of students know so small about segregation, and this story provides several examples for them to consider. My students liked the combination of true images and illustrations.
"Marty Nolan, the former editorial page editor of the 'Boston Globe', once famously described the pain that came with being a Red Sox fan, "They killed my father, now they're coming after me". Johnny PeskyTed Williams, Bobby Doerr, Dom DiMaggio, and Johnny Pesky were all members of the famed 1940's Boston Red Sox. Their careers led the Red Sox to a pennant championship and ensured the men a put in sports history.David Halberstam, had followed the members of the 1949 championship Boston Red Sox squad for years, especially Williams, Doerr, DiMaggio, and Pesky. He met up with the fellas and learned about their friendship and their trip. He knew he wanted to write about it. David Halberstam gives us an inside look at how these four teammates became friends, and how that friendship thrived for more than 60 e book opens with Johnny Pesky, Dom DiMaggio and , @#$% Flavin a friend, on a 1300-mile vehicle trip travelling to see the ailing Ted Williams in Florida. It's the latest time they will see him. The journey is filled with nostalgia and memories, but seeing Ted is a shock. The most physically dominating of the four friends, Ted now weighs only 130 pounds and is hunched over in a wheelchair. Dom, without even thinking about it, starts to sing opera and old songs like "Me and My Shadow" to his ey had a short memorable time with Ted,and it was worth it. Every morning until the day Ted Williams died, Dom would call him with an modernize of the Sox."This book is filled with stories of their unbelievable days with the Boston Red Sox, memories of plays and players, and the reaction of the remaining three to Ted Williams' death. The Teammates us a glimpse into the lives of these Red Sox men. and amazing insight into the nature of loyalty and friendship. The book tries not to dwell on the imposing power, problems, and slugging achievements of Ted Williams or reveal fresh sensational material or revelations. Halberstam focuses on the teammates' shared attributes: their desire to compete and succeed in baseball, their willingness to learn how to use physical/mental talents, how to provide for post-depression families yet display genuine appreciation and gratitude for each other's contributions and careers." David JohnsonFor any Red Sox fan, baseball fan and David Halberstam fan this book is a must. A book of love of fellow man and baseball. It is a rare book that fills the reader with hope for the future of baseball.Highly Recommended. prisrob 5-09-07