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Coming Opening Day 2004
The Great Rivlary:
The Boston Red Sox vs The New York Yankees

Harvey Frommer and Frederic J. Frommer

****COMING OPENING DAY (or before) 2004

  • Covers nearly a century's worth of epic battles on and off the baseball field between these age-old rivals.

  • Featuring exclusive interviews with former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former governors  Mario Cuomo of New York and Michael Dukakis of  Massachusetts, former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer, congressmen, reporters, broadcasters, and especially former and current  players, coaches, managers and front-office execs from  the Red Sox and Yankees including: Don Zimmer,  Theo Epstein,  Nomar  Garciaparra, Willie Randolph, Derek Lowe, Jason and Jeremy Giambi, Lou Meroni, Dwight Evans, Lou Piniella, Mike Torrez,  Johnny Pesky, Phil Rizzuto, Hawk Harrelson, Bob Watson, Ralph Houk, Eddie Yost, Dwight Evans, Chico Walker, Tony Cloninger, Casey Fossum, Steve Karsay, Grady Little, Mike Stanley, Jim Kaat, Jerry Remy, Mel Parnell,

Two unique  features of the book are a Rivalry Timeline and a  "Talkin' Rivalry" section, a free-for-all in print among  fans, journalists, players who all have something to say.

Other chapters include Marker Moments, In-depth Profiles  of Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams, Fenway Park and Yankee Stadium.

More than two years in the making, this coffee-table book  will have nearly 300 pages and more than 125  photos, some in color, some archival.

A perfect book for  Yankee fans, Red Sox fans, and all baseball fans. 

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Harvey Frommer is the author of 34 sports books,  including "The New York Yankee Encyclopedia, "Shoeless  Joe and Ragtime Baseball," "Growing Up Baseball" with Frederic J. Frommer and "Rickey and Robinson: The Men Who  Broke Baseball's Color Line, "A Yankee Century: A  Celebration of the First Hundred Years of Baseball's  Greatest Team."

        Frederic J. Frommer is an Associated Press correspondent based in Washington, D.C. This is his second book.


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