I'm Keith Hernandez - Keith Hernandez

I'm Keith Hernandez

By Keith Hernandez

  • Release Date: 2018-05-15
  • Genre: Baseball
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 15 Ratings

Description

Legendary first baseman Keith Hernandez tells all in this gripping and literary memoir. New York Times Bestseller
Keith Hernandez revolutionized the role of first baseman. During his illustrious career with the World Series-winning St. Louis Cardinals and New York Mets, he was a perennial fan favorite, earning eleven consecutive Gold Gloves, a National League co-MVP Award, and a batting title. But it was his unique blend of intelligence, humor, and talent--not to mention his unflappable leadership, playful antics, and competitive temperament--that transcended the sport and propelled him to a level of renown that few other athletes have achieved, including his memorable appearances on the television show Seinfeld.
Now, with a striking mix of candor and self-reflection, Hernandez takes us along on his journey to baseball immortality. There are the hellacious bus rides and south-of-the-border escapades of his minor league years. His major league benchings, unending plate adjustments, and role in one of the most exciting batting races in history against Pete Rose. Indeed, from the Little League fields of Northern California to the dusty proving grounds of triple-A ball to the grand stages of Busch Stadium and beyond, I'm Keith Hernandez reveals as much about America's favorite pastime as it does about the man himself. What emerges is an honest and compelling assessment of the game's past, present, and future--a memoir that showcases one of baseball's most unique and experienced minds at his very best.

Reviews

  • Keith Hernandez

    4
    By 62 mets
    Excellent. Waiting for #2 and Mets Era. Best first base man Mets since 62. Almost as good as Marvolous Marv ( kidding ) Enjoyed it all.
  • Waiting for Part 2

    4
    By Predsfan1
    I really enjoyed this book. Well written account of his early baseball years and current Met broadcast antidotes. So much seems left out, the trade to the Mets, World Series year and teammates. Was surprised the book ended when it did.

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