Bret Boone Books

Bret Boone made his Major League debut on 08-19-1992 with the Seattle Mariners. Baseball Almanac is pleased to present all the Bret Boone books currently listed on Amazon.com - the leading providing of online Bret Boone books.

"On the last day of the 1998 season, the Reds helped Bret Boone make baseball trivia history by starting the only infield ever composed of two sets of brothers ( Box Score ): first baseman Stephen Larkin , second baseman Bret Boone, future Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin , and their baseman Aaron Boone . During a 1991 interview, Ray Boone said: 'Bret came out of the womb hitting. He lived with us when Bob was doing his six months military service. Bret was barely two years old, but ever day I'd be out there in the backyard throwing Wiffle balls him. Bret crushed so many balls over the house that I called [former manager] Dave Garcia and told him to come watch the kid. Dave took one look at his swing and offered to sign him.'" - Author Hal Brodley in How Baseball Explains America (Triumph Books, 05/01/2015, Page 85)
Bret Boone Books

In Amazon.com Default Order / Bret Boone Stats


Home Game: Big-League Stories from My Life in Baseball's First Family
By: Bret Boone
Kevin Cook
Publisher: Crown Archetype
Released: 2016-05-10
Price: $9.98 (new)




Kaboone!
Publisher: Kids In The Clouds
Released: 2005-06-26
Price: $8.95 (new)


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The most prestigious award an author of a baseball book could hope for would be the Seymour Medal Award . It has awarded annually since 1996 by the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) and we have online each winner, the author, comments made by SABR, and a link for you to examine / purchase the book on Amazon.com.

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