Willie Mays and Me

There had always been an intense rivalry between the New York Yankees and the New York Giants prior to the latter team moving to San Francisco for its 1958 season.  That rivalry has now been renewed in a new format.  My book, Lou Gehrig:  The Lost Memoir has been battling the new Willie Mays book, 24:  Life Stories and Lessons from the Say Hey Kid for the title of Amazon’s best-selling baseball title.  As I write this, Willie’s book is number one and Lou’s is sitting at number three.  These two Hall of Fame players are slugging it out for first place.  Come on, Yankee fans!  Lou needs your help!

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