So, I kinda got this idea from somebody because the offseason has been really dry and I don't feel like talking about Mark Teixeira being introduced by the Yankees.
So, for a project for English class I have to read a biography or autobiography. I am reading about Roy Campanella. His autobiography is It's Good To Be Alive. I haven't finished it yet but it is one of the best books I have ever read. Reading what he had gone through changes the way I see any of the African American players of that generation and even the ones today. I also prefer the fact that it is an autobiography to a biography. I mean, a person can learn all they want about a person but they will never know what it is like to live the events. He does a really good job explaining everything that happened to him and what his feeling really were with each event.
So, if you have a chance go and get this book from your library.