Nothing To Prove : The Jim Abbott Story

Nothing To Prove : The Jim Abbott Story

Book - 1995
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Blackwell North Amer
Born without a right hand, Jim Abbott conquered his disability early in life to become a Little League and high school standout, a college All-American, an Olympic hero, and a major-league star. In six seasons he has proven himself a winner against the most feared hitters in baseball and, pitching for the New York Yankees in the heat of the 1993 pennant race, secured his place in the pantheon of greats by hurling a no-hit, no-run game.
Nothing to Prove is an inspiring story of courage and an intimate look at the life and career, the struggles and triumphs of a most remarkable celebrity - and a hero to sports fans everywhere.

Publisher: New York Kodansha International 1995
ISBN: 9781568360645
Characteristics: 182p. : ill


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