Harvey Dorfman rose from a childhood sickbed to his place of world renown in the field of sport psychology. A goalie on a national co-champion college soccer team, the coach of a high school basketball team that won a state championship, and the recipient of four World Series rings (three with Oakland, one with Florida), he here presents his final anecdotal recollections, including those from fourteen years spent in the dugouts of three major league teams. This third and last volume of a trilogy closes in 2010. Cover Photo by Bill Gozansky - billgozansky.com/contact.asp
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About the Author
H.A. Dorfman has worked in education and psychology as a teacher, counselor, coach, and consultant. In 1999, Dorfman became a full-time consultant in sport psychology for the Scott Boras Corporation, an agency that represents professional baseball players. With Karl Kuehl, he wrote The Mental Game of Baseball. He is the author of The Mental ABC's of Pitching, The Mental Keys to Hitting, and Coaching the Mental Game. His trilogy of anecdotal memoirs includes Persuasion of My Days and Copying it Down. Dorfman was a freelance journalist whose work appeared in The New York Times, Boston Globe, Miami Herald, and Los Angeles Times, among others.