Hello, Friends!: Stories from My Life and Blue Jays Baseball

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Product Details
Price
$26.95  $25.06
Publisher
ECW Press
Publish Date
Pages
360
Dimensions
5.0 X 1.3 X 8.1 inches | 1.1 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781770414983
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About the Author
Born in York, Pennsylvania, and raised in San Francisco, California, Jerry Howarth became a Canadian citizen in 1994. He currently lives in Toronto with his wife, Mary.
Reviews

"Howarth's book will entertain baseball aficionados and especially delight Blue Jays fans." -- Publishers Weekly

"Jerry Howarth is a Canadian national treasure and his story is tremendously inspiring. As joyful a person as I've ever met, Jerry made friends with millions of baseball fans during his long career and brought his warmth, humor, insights and descriptions into their living rooms. Readers of his story will have a further opportunity to revel in his positive outlook on life as well as countless fascinating memories." -- Eric Nadel, Texas Rangers radio broadcaster

"Whether it was Blue Jays closer Tom Henke saying 'Hellllllo, friends!' when Jerry Howarth walked down the aisle on a team charter, an opposing player near the batting cage, or a 12-year-old self-broadcasting his sandlot game to his buddies, 'Hello, friends!' became Howarth's trade mark. In fact, the two words are greeted with the same warmth and familiarity from coast to coast in Canada." -- Bob Elliott, sports journalist

"For four years I was privileged to sit alongside Jerry -- master storyteller, consummate professional, exemplary broadcaster. Now fans can pull up a chair and enjoy the excerpts from my partner, mentor, and friend." -- Joe Siddall, Blue Jays broadcaster

"There HE goes but here he stays. Fortunately, Jerry and Mary and their boys came north to our country. That was truly a positive for the Blue Jays and baseball fans across Canada from coast to coast." -- Brian Williams, Olympics commentator