My Favorite Book: Doug Warner

SHREVEPORT, La. (Ark-La-Tex Weekend) - I enjoy reading, you know, just real life stories. If you asked me when I was a teenager, it was like sports almanacs. I was just a sports guy. I love reading stats, statistics. I like a mix of history and my favorite sport, baseball. There’s a bit more of a controversial book. Ball Four takes you back to about the time frame when I was born, where this one player who played for I think the team was the Seattle pilots and he kind of real stories about what was going on behind the scenes.

Maybe not everybody had the best behavior. And so it was kind of like one of these tell all books for its time. Then it’s also unique to to know the the the bad along with the good. It was kind of eye opening because as a younger kid, the first time I read it, I’m like, wow, that’s going on behind the scenes in baseball. I was kind of stunned.

Don’t tell my English teacher in high school, I read a lot of Cliffs Notes. Sorry.

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Robert Streeter

Robert Streeter

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