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Bernie Williams: Quiet Superstar
     

Bernie Williams: Quiet Superstar

by Kevin Kernan
 

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Kevin Kernan looks at Bernie Williams' upbringing in Puerto Rico, and how the New York Yankees' star is able to appreciate all of the good things that have happened in his life because of baseball. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of Williams' career up to now is that he has been able to maintain a low-key approach to baseball and life. Kernan shows how important

Overview

Kevin Kernan looks at Bernie Williams' upbringing in Puerto Rico, and how the New York Yankees' star is able to appreciate all of the good things that have happened in his life because of baseball. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of Williams' career up to now is that he has been able to maintain a low-key approach to baseball and life. Kernan shows how important that has been for him in the pressure-cooker atmosphere of New York City.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781613212707
Publisher:
Sports Publishing LLC
Publication date:
08/01/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
92
File size:
3 MB
Age Range:
8 Years

Meet the Author

Rob Rains is the author or co-author of nine sports books, including "Mark McGwire: Home Run Hero" for St. Martin's Press. He also wrote "The St. Louis Cardinals: The 100th Anniversary History," as well as co-authored "Red: A Baseball Life" with Cardinal Hall of Famer, Red Schoendienst, and "Jack Buck: That's a Winner!" with broadcaster Jack Buck. A frequent contributor to "The Sporting News," Rains lives with his family in St. Louis.

Kernan is a sportswriter. He is a graduate of Ramapo college and resides in Pequannock, New Jersey with his family.

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