Richard Davidson's warm narration, full of the right inflection at the right time, crafts this coming-of-age memoir. The author grows up loving baseball but isn't great at playing it. He learns at a young age that his cousin is Don Larsen, the Yankees hurler who remains the only person to this day to throw a perfect game in the World Series. Davidson's narration comes across based on emotion rather than imitations, and clearly brings the author's memories to life. It's a great tale that never gets wrapped up in the intricacies of the game but, rather, illuminates the author's passion for the sport and his relationship with a famous cousin. M.B. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine [Published: JANUARY 2016]
Digital Download Audible, Inc. 2015
DD ISBN $19.95
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