[Ebook] I'm Keith Hernandez: A Memoir Nach Keith Hernandez – Islecook.co.uk

I'm Keith Hernandez: A Memoir Legendary First Baseman Keith Hernandez Tells All In This Gripping And Literary Memoir New York Times Bestseller Keith Hernandez Revolutionized The Role Of First Baseman During His Illustrious Career With The World Series Winning St Louis Cardinals And New York Mets, He Was A Perennial Fan Favorite, Earning Eleven Consecutive Gold Gloves, A National League Co MVP Award, And A Batting Title But It Was His Unique Blend Of Intelligence, Humor, And Talent Not To Mention His Unflappable Leadership, Playful Antics, And Competitive Temperament That Transcended The Sport And Propelled Him To A Level Of Renown That Few Other Athletes Have Achieved, Including His Memorable Appearances On The Television Show Seinfeld


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5 thoughts on “I'm Keith Hernandez: A Memoir

  1. says:

    For my fellow Mets fans looking for tales of the 86 squad and beyond you unfortunately won t find it here The context of this book is to recap his story as a struggling minor leaguer and an early unknown trying to make it in the bigs the Keith Hernandez he was before he became the Keith Hernandez of lore The book ends right around his 79 co MVP season.With that said, it s full of Keith isms and worth the read if you re a fan.


  2. says:

    Keith states in the foreword that he didn t want it to be another episodic baseball book, but despite the interesting construct of time shifting between his childhood, his current gig with the Mets, and his baseball career, that s exactly what this book turned out to be It makes no sense that he completely ignored everything about his career after 1980, especially because the mid 80s Mets were much interesting than the mid 70s Cardinals Also, For those of us who enj


  3. says:

    Being a fan of Keith s work as part of the SNY broadcast team, I was excited to read this book Early on Keith promises to avoid the typical boilerplate sports bio By the end of the book, however, it is hard to see what is different about this sports bio in relation to other sports bios Also, it is curious that he does not touch on his time with the Mets in the 80s Perhaps this book was meant to be the first in a series of memoirs If so, I think he would have been better ser


  4. says:

    As a Cardinal fan, I love this book No wonder New Yorkers are feeling shortchanged The bulk of the book is about Keith s time in the Cardinal organization He intersperses Mets broadcasting insights but the heart of the book is Keith and his Cardinal years, and he doesn t even get to the last one s, filled with controversy. I assume the next book will start there and as soon as he reaches the Met years it will be me that loses some interest.He writes honestly and it is engaging Dif


  5. says:

    Like all memoirs, having knowledge of who the author is and what he has done in life helps alot Lots of information on hitting and ball players from 40 years ago Also, it seems like Keith s dad was the original tiger parent But like all parents who recognize their child s talent, his father devoted much of his time and energy to develop Keith s innate talent for baseball I wish there was inside or behind the scenes vignettes of teammates he played with and against Also, while Keith desc


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