Remember Who You Are: What Pedro Gomez Showed Us about Baseball and Life


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Wellstone Books
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5.98 X 9.06 X 1.26 inches | 1.75 pounds

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About the Author

Brad Mangin is a photographer who, since 1987, has captured the biggest stars in professional sports and regularly shoots for Sports Illustrated and Major League Baseball. Brian Murphy, a former sportswriter for the San Francisco Chronicle and the author of six books, is a sports radio show host for KNBR. Both reside in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Buster Olney is a senior writer for ESPN The Magazine and as well as an analyst for ESPN's Baseball Tonight and Sunday Night Baseball. He is the author of The Last Night of the Yankee Dynasty and How Lucky You Can Be.

Tony La Russa managed the St. Louis Cardinals from 1996 to 2011, as well as the Oakland A's and the Chicago White Sox. He has three World Series wins, six league championships, and five Manager of the Year awards, and is ranked third in all-time major league wins. He and his wife, Elaine, founded the Tony La Russa Animal Rescue Foundation in Walnut Creek, California. They have two daughters, Bianca and Devon.

Rick Hummel has covered baseball for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for forty years. A former president of the Baseball Writers Association of America, he has received numerous awards for his writing and has been honored by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.

Jeremy Schaap is the author of the New York Times bestseller Cinderella Man. An ESPN anchor and national correspondent, his work has been published in Sports Illustrated, ESPN the Magazine, Time, Parade, TV Guide, and the New York Times. He has also appeared on ABC's World News Tonight and the CBS Evening News. He is the son of the award-winning journalist Dick Schaap.

Sean McAdam is a nationally-known, award-winning sportswriter who has covered the Boston sports scene for nearly four decades. He's written for The Providence Journal, the Boston Herald, Comcast SportsNet New England, the Boston Sports Journal,, and and regularly appears on 98.5 WBZ-FM. He's covered the Boston Red Sox for the last 30 years. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife, Suzanne, and their children.
Frank is a comic writer and author that is not as crazy as his work makes him out to be...seriously. Since his writing career began, he's had multiple short stories published in horror anthologies by both Burning Willow Press and Stitched Smile Publications. Frank has also had comic shorts appear in the "fluff noir" anthology series Torsobear and the all-ages horror anthology Cthulhu is Hard to Spell. Frank also wrote and produced the comic anthology series Modern Testament, which featured a wide ensemble of artists throughout its four volumes. Frank's novels include the YA sci-fi thriller Predestiny published by Crossroads Press and the zombie horror Mountain Sickness published by Severed Press. Frank currently lives in New York with his wife and three kids.

Mark Kreidler is an award-winning journalist and author of the acclaimed Four Days to Glory: Wrestling with the Soul of the American Heartland. A regular contributor to ESPN television,, and ESPN: The Magazine, he lives in northern California.

GLENN STOUT is a freelance writer, author, editorial consultant and has served as Series Editor of The Best American Sports Writing since its inception. He lived in and around Boston for 20 years and currently lives in Vermont. He is the author of The Young Woman and the Sea and Fenway 1912, and has collaborated with Richard Johnson on Red Sox Century, Yankees Century, The Cubs and The Dodgers.

Dan Shaughnessy is a sports columnist for The Boston Globe, as well as the New York Times bestselling coauthor of Francona and author of The Curse of the Bambino. When not writing, Mr. Shaughnessy can often be found at a Red Sox game at Fenway Park. He has been selected as Massachusetts Sportswriter of the Year fourteen times and he lives with his family in Boston.
Jeff Passan is a baseball columnist at Yahoo Sports, where he has worked for the past decade. He is the coauthor of the critically acclaimed Death to the BCS. He lives in Kansas with his wife and sons.

Steve Kettmann has written for publications including The New York Times, The New Republic, and The author of One Day at Fenway, Steve cowrote the #1 New York Times bestseller Juiced with Jose Canseco.