Throwing Heat

  • Title: Throwing Heat
  • Author: Nolan Ryan Harvey Frommer
  • ISBN: 9780380708260
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • Throwing Heat Here in Nolan Ryan s own words is the remarkable story of a skinny kid from Texas with a dynamite arm who grew up to be baseball s premier power pitcher
    Here, in Nolan Ryan s own words, is the remarkable story of a skinny kid from Texas with a dynamite arm who grew up to be baseball s premier power pitcher.

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    1. I recently finished another autobiography of a former major league baseball player. This one about star pitcher Nolan Ryan (of Alvin, Texas) known as the “Ryan Express” for his blazing fastball, occasional wildness early in his career, and his record 7 no-hitters. Something interesting from the book was his recall of watching Jim Bunning record his 2500th strikeout in 1969 and commenting that no one would break Walter Jonson’s 3508 strikeout record. Ryan retired 24 years later with the nev [...]

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    2. Nolan Ryan. He was my very first MLB hero. During his time with the Texas Rangers (his 3rd MLB team - Mets, Angels, Rangers) the team held their spring training in my hometown in Florida and I used to watch him play. I know it was toward the end of his career but I was mesmerized. I will never say a bad word about Nolan, not ever. That being said, there is no way I could give his autobiography any less than 5 full stars.It was originally published in 1988 so he is still playing with the Astros w [...]

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    3. I decided to read “Throwing Heat” by Nolan Ryan because I love baseball, specifically pitching, and I was curious to find out how one of the greatest pitchers came up, and what he does. This book is an autobiography of one of baseballs hardest throwers, as well as greatest pitchers ever, Nolan Ryan. Nolan Ryan was a skinny kid from Texas, who loved to throw things at any object so his father encouraged him to play baseball. Ryan played baseball at Alvin High School, and was drafted by the Ne [...]

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    4. My dad got this book for me when I was only about 9 years old and I read the whole thing. I don't know how I did that. I didn't really like reading back then. Anyway, I remember really enjoying learning about his transition into the majors and his youth. My dad had gotten him to autograph it, too. I'm hoping my dad still has that around somewhere.

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    5. It's an autobiography of Lynn Nolan Ryan, Jr. Of course it gets 5 stars.

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    6. I can't find this book, but i know I have it somewhere. Another good baseball autobiography

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    7. Most sports bios are junk. But Ryan shows a lot of honesty here. His co-writer, Harvey Frommer, brings in several other voices as well.

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    8. One of the first books I ever read cover-to-cover. Probably not as great as the three stars I give it, but it certainly captured a young boy's attention 20 summers ago.

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    9. My baseball throwing hero!!! Texas loves Nolan and Nolan loves Texas.

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    10. This was fun to read again after a long time, I read this as a boy when he was my favorite baseball player. He told a lot of great stories and his accomplishments are truly remarkable.

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