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The Teammates: A Portrait of a Friendship by David Halberstam - Paperback - 2004 - from Nerman's Books and Collectibles and

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The Teammates: A Portrait of a Friendship

by David Halberstam

Condition: Fine

Hachette Books, 2004. A fine trade paperback. Trade Paperback. Fine.

Halberstam frequently interviewed Ted Williams, Bobby Doerr, Dom DiMaggio, and Johnny Peske. In this book, Halberstam offers a rare glimpse into the special lives and friendships of these men. But it focuses on the more than 50-year friendship among them and serves as a testament to loyalty and the bonds of friendship. Complete with stories of their glory days with the Boston Red Sox, their lifelong friendship, and the reaction of the remaining three to the death of Ted Williams, THE TEAMMATES is a must-buy for anyone who wants to know more about these legends but more importantly, for those who want a close look at the type of friendship that comes only through sharing trials and triumphs over many years.


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