Learn about the 2018 World Series-winning Red Sox outfield!
Andrew Benintendi, Jackie Bradley Jr., and Mookie Betts, three superb outfielders who are known collectively as the "Killer B's," have set Major League Baseball abuzz. Most notably, they made up the Red Sox World Series-winning outfield in 2018, a season in which Betts was voted the American League MVP and received a Gold Glove, Bradley earned ALCS MVP accolades and also a Gold Glove, and Benintendi featured one of the smoothest swings since Ted Williams to complement his defensive prowess.
In The Boston Red Sox Killer B's, veteran authors Jim Prime and Bill Nowlin team up once again to cover the young careers of all three players, with special emphasis on the 2018 season. Along the way, Prime and Nowlin incorporate on- and off-field stories and interviews with teammates to offer fans a better understanding of how this trio has transformed into New England folk heroes and how they have developed a chemistry unmatched by any other outfield around the league. This book serves as the perfect gift for any Red Sox fan!
|Publisher:||Sports Publishing LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Jim Prime is the author or coauthor of more than twenty sports books, seventeen on the subject of baseball. They include Ted Williams’ Hit List, written with Ted Williams, and The Little Red (Sox) Book and Baseball Eccentrics with Bill “Spaceman” Lee. Jim is a founding member of the Bluenose Bosox Brotherhood and serves as lieutenant-governor of Red Sox Nation, Nova Scotia chapter. He and his wife, Glenna, live in New Minas, NS in the heart of the beautiful Annapolis Valley.
Bill Nowlin was born and raised in Boston. He is the author, coauthor, editor, or coeditor of over forty-five Red Sox–related books, including Red Sox by the Numbers, Fenway Park at 100, and Red Sox vs. Yankees. Since 2004, Nowlin has served on the board of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR). He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Fred Lynn was a member of what many consider the greatest Red Sox outfield of all time: Jim Rice (LF), Lynn (CF), and Dwight Evans (RF). He captured Rookie of the Year honors, was named American League MVP, and won a Gold Glove in 1975, his first season in the big leagues. Lynn won three more Gold Gloves during his time in Boston and led the American League in batting in 1979 with a .333 average. He was named to the All-Star Team every season from 1975 to 1980.