Where's Harry?: Steve Stone Remembers His Years with Harry Caray

Where's Harry?: Steve Stone Remembers His Years with Harry Caray

by Steve Stone, Barry Rozner, Bob Costas
     
 

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When legendary Chicago Cubs' broadcaster Harry Caray passed away in February of 1998, thousands of baseball fans mourned the loss. In Where's Harry?, Steve Stone pays tribute to one of baseball's biggest legends never to take the field, remembering the unique baseball commentator who was also the game's biggest fan.

Overview

When legendary Chicago Cubs' broadcaster Harry Caray passed away in February of 1998, thousands of baseball fans mourned the loss. In Where's Harry?, Steve Stone pays tribute to one of baseball's biggest legends never to take the field, remembering the unique baseball commentator who was also the game's biggest fan.

Editorial Reviews

Chicago Sun-Times
...without question a book worth reading.
Usa Today Baseball Weekly
Caray's sidekick cuts loose with dozens of hilarious and incredible tales of Chicago's most popular sports personality.
Chicago Tribune
...captures the fun, nostalgia, and occasional plain silliness that baseball is all about...qualifies as a great baseball book. If you loved Harry, or if you love baseball, read it.
The New York Times Book Review
Life with Harry was certainly never dull,' Steve Stone writes, and he proves the point in his anecdotal biography of the legendary sportscaster Harry Caray.
— Peggy Constantine
Jamestown Post-Journal
I hate to use an old cliche, but you can't put it down.
— Jim Riggs
USA Today Baseball Weekly
Caray's sidekick cuts loose with dozens of hilarious and incredible tales of Chicago's most popular sports personality.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780878331987
Publisher:
Taylor Trade Publishing
Publication date:
01/28/2000
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
6.58(w) x 8.72(h) x 0.55(d)

Meet the Author

Steve Stone is an accomplished illustrator. He has worked on hundreds of book covers, most notable Stephen King’s DARK TOWER series and Terry Brooks’ epic fantasy series SHANNARA. He has produced many commissions in the advertising sector for clients as diverse as General Electric, Sony and Mars.

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