Yastrzemski brought a record of more than 400 home runs and over 3000 hits to Baseball's Hall of Fame in 1989. With Eskenazi ( Bill Veeck, LJ 8/87) he tells of a farm boy who aspired to play for the Yankees but whose father steered him to the Red Sox, for whom he mastered Fenway Park's feared left field wall. He relates his advance from the minors, Bosox triumphs and disappointments, and his own achievements. Yaz speaks frankly but warmly of teammates, managers, owner Tom Yawkey, and his famous friends. Adult and YA baseball shelves in New England and elsewhere will welcome this update to Yaz's 1968 YA autobiography (o.p.)-- Morey Berger, Monmouth Cty. Lib., Manalapan, N.J.