This offering in the continuing “Where Have You Gone?” series focuses on the lost heroes from San Francisco Giants baseball history, especially those whose lives took dramatic turns. From Willie McCovey’s struggles to heal his ruined knees to Will Clark’s efforts to support children with autism, find out what paths Giants stars of the past fifty-plus years have been pursuing since their days on the diamond. With commentary from Felipe Alou, Dusty Baker, Lon Simmons, and Hank Greenwald, relive the drama of Giants’ playing careers. For both the devoted and casual fans of the orange and black, with interests and lifestyles as diverse as those profiled, this revised edition will be sure to offer the inside stories from on and off the field of more than twenty Giants legends.
|Publisher:||Sports Publishing LLC|
|Series:||Where Have You Gone? Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.10(d)|
About the Author
Johanson teaches social studies and journalism at Castro Valley High School in the San Francisco Bay Area. As a freelance journalist, he contributes articles about sports, the outdoors, education, and politics to newspapers including the San
Francisco Chronicle, the Los Angeles
Times, and the San Jose Mercury News.
Wong is a journalist with over fifteen years’
experience working for newspapers, magazines, and Internet media companies. He is a former business and technology reporter for CNETNews.com, where he won a national award for investigative reporting by the Society of Professional
Journalists. Wylie, now a freelance writer, is a San Francisco native.
Miller has been known for his excellence in baseball broadcasting for over thirty years, most notably as a play-by-play commentator for ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball. Miller spent fourteen years with the
Baltimore Orioles before arriving in San Francisco. He currently serves as a commentator for KNBR Radio and NBC Bay Area.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Giants "Where Have You Gone?" is a great memoir full of recollections by Giants greats,Robby Thompson,Will Clark,and other longtime Giants great. This is the ultimate book for any longtime Giants fan.
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