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Straight Talk from Wild Thing By Mitch Williams Darrell Berger John Kruk,

  • Title: Straight Talk from Wild Thing
  • Author: Mitch Williams Darrell Berger John Kruk
  • ISBN: 9781600783067
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When Mitch Williams threw the pitch that lost the 1993 World Series for the Philadelphia Phillies, no one could have predicted that his reaction to the loss would win the hearts and minds of Phillies fans across the nation He stood at his locker for an hour after the game, answering every question, most of which could be answered simply I threw a bad pitch He didn t gWhen Mitch Williams threw the pitch that lost the 1993 World Series for the Philadelphia Phillies, no one could have predicted that his reaction to the loss would win the hearts and minds of Phillies fans across the nation He stood at his locker for an hour after the game, answering every question, most of which could be answered simply I threw a bad pitch He didn t go into hiding, make excuses, or believe that one loss was the end of the world Phillies fans, notorious as the toughest in sports, recognized a stand up guy when they saw one and embraced him as one of their own Though his successful pitching career is behind him, Mitch is still standing up in Philadelphia and telling it like it is Straight Talk from Wild Thing is the story of his career, but than that, it is inside baseball seen from many perspectives sitting on a 10 hour minor league bus ride, standing on a pitcher s mound, and sitting in a clubhouse, a dugout, and a ranch in Texas, where a man who retired at age 32 struggled to figure out what to do next.
    Straight Talk from Wild Thing When Mitch Williams threw the pitch that lost the World Series for the Philadelphia Phillies no one could have predicted that his reaction to the loss would win the hearts and minds of Phillies

    One thought on “Straight Talk from Wild Thing”

    1. Not quite as entertaining as I d hoped, but i totally agree with him on pitch counts and maybe the 5 man rotation

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