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Sosa: An Autobiography
Sammy Sosa (au); Marcos Breton (au). In 1982 Sammy Sosa was a skinny teenager in the Dominican Republic, busy scrambling to feed himself & his family, with little time for baseball. Sixteen years later, he was engaged in the most titanic sporting duel of the last half century: a home run race with slugger Mark McGwire to smash Roger Maris’s record of 61 homers in a single season. Here Sosa, who never played an inning of organized baseball until he was 14, tells his story in his own words: how he went from a life of poverty to superstardom in the major leagues. The result is a moving, intimate chronicle of a man whose charisma, joy, & sportsmanship -- combined with awesome talent -- make him a favorite of fans everywhere. Illus.
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