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Ya Gotta Believe My Roller Coaster Life As a Screwball Pitcher and Part Time Father and My Hope Filled Fight Against Brain Cancer

Tug McGraw ↠ 6 review

A touching and honest story I Thought That This A thought that this a Good Book It Tell Of How Mets Pitcher Tug good book It tell of how Mets Pitcher Tug s Battle Brain CancerI would recommend this book for those who love baseball the New York Mets You know why I love this bookbecause he admitted to his life on and off of the field Tug McGraw talks about everything and leaves nothing off We all think we know who our heroes are but we have no idea I admit I kept reading this book all think we know who our heroes are but we have no idea I admit I kept reading this book understand the relationship between his first son Tim McGraw I had heard arts of the story but not in entirety I skipped a few of the baseball lingo. Former relief itcher for the Mets and the Phillies and father of country music star Tim McGraw Tug Stats and stories but could relate to some of the cancer fears Tim has the biggest heart and this book made me respect him It takes a lot of humility forgiveness and love to help someone who denied him and wasn t there for him It seemed to workout so well at the right time and grew the characters of both McGraw men In some ways Tug McGraw was my first crush I was an eight year old girl when he itched the Phillies to their first World Series back in 1980 Being A Big Being a big and later Tim fan as well as a fan of the Phillies I felt compelling to read it when it was handed to me by another. CGraw writes openly of his on field triumphs and off field antics his dramatic battle with brain canc.
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Phillies fan It s been A Few Years Since Then few years since then I still recall how much I liked itand how glad I was to discover that along with a memories of him from childhood I can now say after reading his memoir that I really came away liking him as a ersonopen now say after reading his memoir that I really came away liking him as a ersonopen funny Tug wrote openly about his life his mistakes and regrets iehe didn t avoid discussing his abandonment of his country music superstar son Tim for the first 18 years of Tim s life and later redemption Through it all Tug wrote with the humor and zany zest for life that makes him to this day a favorite among Phillies fans. Er his family and financial Love with Every Beat problems and what happens to arofessional athlete when the cheering sto.

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