An October to Remember 1968: The Tigers-Cardinals World Series as Told by the Men Who Played in It

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6.1 X 9.1 X 1.4 inches | 1.25 pounds

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About the Author

Brendan Donley is a writer from Oak Park, Illinois. A graduate of Columbia University, his work has been featured in the New York Times, Byliner, Hobart, and Pithead Chapel, along with the rest of his work housed at The Big Inning, an original website for daily baseball columns.


"I wish I had been alive to have seen the 1968 World Series, one of the most memorable and historic World Series of all time. This book makes me feel like I was. The sport hasn't been the same since."
--Will Leitch, author of Are We Winning and God Save the Fan, contributing editor, New York Magazine, national correspondent,, and founder of Deadspin

"This is such a treasure of all the memories gathered from these players, and it's a great way to relive this Series. For readers who are familiar with these stories, you will hear a new angle on them, and for others who are not as familiar with the '68 Series and want to know what made it so memorable, this is the ideal way to get exposed to it."
--Nathan Bierma, host of the Tigers History Podcast