The Voices of Baseball: Hey Mets Fans in the Cincinnati Area!

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Hey all you Mets fans out in Cincinnati, OH. Planning on going to the weekend series at Great American Ball Park? If so, stop in at the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame Museum on September 26th at 1:00 PM for my book signing!

The Voices of Baseball: The Game’s Greatest Broadcasters Reflect on America’s Pastime

Read about Santana’s no hitter, the only one in team history, from the perspective of Howie Rose, the radio voice who called it for you.

Howie Rose, Tom McCarthy, and Wayne Hagin take you back to that giant scoreboard of Shea and some of the most memorable games ever in The Voices of Baseball. Wanna take a subway ride home with Wayne Hagin after the final game at Shea? It’s in the book, too.

Howie Rose, Charlie Slowes, Charley Steiner, Tom McCarthy, Eric Nadel, and others look back on “Murph”, Nelson, and Kiner and their great moments calling Mets baseball.

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If you’re going to be in the Cincinnati area Sept 26th, come by the Hall of Fame Museum and pick up a copy of The Voices of Baseball.

Afraid they’ll run out? Order one today on Amazon. The first two batches sold out quickly, so order now.

If you love the uniqueness of the game, the setting, and the memories, you’ll love this book.

Over 30 MLB broadcasters of today discuss all 30 ballparks and 30 more from yesterday as well. Vin Scully, Marty Brennaman, Jon Miller, Howie Rose, and many more bring you their greatest and fondest memories of the game in The Voices of Baseball, and there is definitely no shortage of material for Mets fans.

Come out to Great American Ball Park and the Reds Hall of Fame Museum Saturday, September 26th at 1:00 P.M. to discuss broadcasters, baseball, and books. Hope to see you there and if any of you Metsmerized readers stop by, please say hello and let’s talk Mets!