Bob Feller

Bob Feller is one of the most revered figures in baseball. He joined the Cleveland Indians in 1936 at age sixteen. At the peak of his career, he enlisted in the Navy and went on to become a World War II hero, receiving six battle citations aboard the USS Alabama. After being discharged in 1945, he rejoined the Indians and played with them until 1956. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962. CEOs, military leaders, baseball players, officials, and fans alike seek Feller’s wit and wisdom. His is also one of the most sought-after autographs in baseball, from New York to California, from old-timers to today’s generation. Contemporary Books published Feller’s collaboration with Burton Rocks, titled Bob Feller’s Little Black Book of Baseball Wisdom, which has been in print for more than a decade.

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Bob Feller's Little Black Book of Baseball Wisdom

by Bob Feller and Burton Rocks

Find advice, history, and answers galore in Bob Feller's Little Black Book of Baseball Wisdom, written with Burton Rocks. Born in Iowa just after WWI, signed to the Cleveland Indians at age 16 and inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1962, Feller now presents the accumulated lessons and memories from a life of hard work, great success and sincere enjoyment. With much attention devoted to other leading lights of the sport, this loving chronicle will please baseball fans of all ages.



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