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One Last Read : The Collected Works of the World's Slowest Sportswriter - Ray Didinger

One Last Read

The Collected Works of the World's Slowest Sportswriter

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In a career that has spanned over thirty five years, Ray Didinger has seen and written about every sport, team, and athlete that has made a mark in American and the world.  In this collection of profiles, articles, and columns from his days in the Bulletin, the Daily News and through his current life on television and film, Ray Didinger takes his readers to the major moments and events that have measure the life of sports in Philadelphia, this country, and the world.

"A perfect gift for your dad or any other cranky old Philly sports fan, it's also a heartening reminder that, yes, there have been Philly sports teams that could legitimately call themselves 'champions" Philadelphia Magazine August 2007

Table of Contents
Introduction
The Home Town Teams The Eagles
Bednarik's Legend Etched in Concrete
Vince Papale Ain't Just Another Bum from the Neighborhood Anymore
Wilbert has a Mom that Frets
A Real Philadelphia Kind of Win
Introducing Tommy McDonald at the Pro Football Hall of Fame
The New Dick Vermeil - Who is He?
Reggie White The Phillies
Phillies are Rosel-less and Red-Faced
Maddox Takes Ride of His Life
Walk-ing into the Series Spotlight
McGraw's Retirement Tugs at Heartstrings
The End is Here
Lieberthal Receiving Good Reviews The Flyers
For Hard Luck Parent, Another Damaging Blow
Stickle: It Could have been Worse
In Flin Flon, They Knew He'd be Great
Hextall's Goal Always was to be in Goal
Flyer's Shining Moment Tarnished Before Game The Sixers
Moses Makes His Private Life Most Valuable
This One's for You, Jack McMahon
Erving Can't Make Sense of It All
Barkley Uncomfortable with Life in the Glare of the Spotlight
American Sports at Home and in the World Football
The Black Athlete: Jackie Robinson? He Wasn't the First
America's Team: Cowboys Corral a Nation
Montana Magic
The Shulas Always have Felt at Home Near the Gridiron
Elevating Frankford
Just a Truck Drivin' Man
Passing of the Chief Marks the End of an Era
Larry Brown: King of the Hill Baseball
Aaron's Numbers Speak for Him
Munson: A Man of No Frills
The 500 Club
Fernando has been Touched by God Olympics
Thorpe Nets Golden Debt
Decker Runs Armed with a Killer Instinct
Huber Junks Diet for Taste of Gold
Teti Always Seems to Stand Out on Rowing Team 1980 - The Year That Was
A Cure for America's BluesIs Rosie a Real Winner?
Flyers Lose to Islanders in the Stanley Cup Finals
"The Officials Killed Us," Snider Sizzles
Fans Roar Tells Jack He's Back
Winning Makes It All Worthwhile
Duran Calls It Quits
A Real Philadelphia Kind of Win
Jim Plunkett's Journey Ends in Triumph
Facts and Opinion Profiles
Alcorn's Battle Over
Jim Tyrer Story Ultimate Tragedy
Their Hearts Belong to Daddy Mass
Hard Man to Please, Tough Man to Beat
Sugar Ray Pulls People Together
Waterboy Reaches Hall of Fame
Best of All Time?: Bird's Genius Puts Him in Rarified Aire
Climbing Capitol Hill
Abolition of Boxing Wouldn't be Jake
I'm not a Whiner Opinion
Phillies Left Red-faced and Rose-less
NFL Should Sack Tose
The Real World of Professional Football
Working Up a Strong Hate
Woody Hayes Doesn't Merit an Appreciative Audience
A Sense of Perspective
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ISBN: 9781592136001
ISBN-10: 1592136001
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 344
Published: 28th September 2007
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.88  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.64