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Me and My Dad: A Baseball Memoir

Biography & autobiography


by
Paul O’Neill and Burton Rocks

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 272 pages

File size: 2.1 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Paul O’Neill was the undisputed heart and soul of the four-time World Series-winning New York Yankees from 1993 to 2001. O’Neill epitomized the team’s motto of hard work and good sportsmanship, traits instilled in him by his friend, confidant, lifelong model, and biggest fan: his dad, Chick O’Neill.

In Me and My Dad, O’Neill writes from the heart about the man who inspired in him a love for the game and a determination to always play his best. O’Neill remembers the highlights of his own amazing career: the Cincinnati Reds calling him up to the majors, his first World Series, being traded to the Yankees — and taking part in their recent championship wins. He also reflects on his father’s untimely death during the 1999 World Series and on the farewell tribute his fans gave him during his last game in Yankee Stadium.

Paul O’Neill was the undisputed heart and soul of the four-time World Series-winning New York Yankees from 1993 to 2001. O’Neill epitomized the team’s motto of hard work and good sportsmanship, traits instilled in him by his friend, confidant, lifelong model, and biggest fan: his dad, Chick O’Neill.

In Me and My Dad, O’Neill writes from the heart about the man who inspired in him a love for the game and a determination to always play his best. O’Neill remembers theā€¦ (more)

Paul O’Neill was the undisputed heart and soul of the four-time World Series-winning New York Yankees from 1993 to 2001. O’Neill epitomized the team’s motto of hard work and good sportsmanship, traits instilled in him by his friend, confidant, lifelong model, and biggest fan: his dad, Chick O’Neill.

In Me and My Dad, O’Neill writes from the heart about the man who inspired in him a love for the game and a determination to always play his best. O’Neill remembers the highlights of his own amazing career: the Cincinnati Reds calling him up to the majors, his first World Series, being traded to the Yankees — and taking part in their recent championship wins. He also reflects on his father’s untimely death during the 1999 World Series and on the farewell tribute his fans gave him during his last game in Yankee Stadium.

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