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by Jerry B. Jenkins,Nolan Ryan

eBook Miracle Man: Nolan Ryan : The Autobiography download ISBN: 0849909457
Author: Jerry B. Jenkins,Nolan Ryan
Publisher: W Pub Group; 1st edition (January 1, 1992)
Language: English
Pages: 272
ePub: 1537 kb
Fb2: 1442 kb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: rtf mbr txt lit
Category: Sports
Subcategory: Biographies

Jenkins has authored more than 190 books, 21 of which have reached the . Miracle Man: Nolan Ryan, the Autobiography (1993, with Nolan Ryan).

Jenkins has authored more than 190 books, 21 of which have reached the New York Times bestseller list. His writings have appeared in many periodicals, including Time, Reader's Digest, Parade, and Guideposts. No Matter What The Cost: An Autobiography (1993, with Sammy Tippit).

Lynn Nolan Ryan Jr. (born January 31, 1947), nicknamed The Ryan Express, is an American former Major League . (born January 31, 1947), nicknamed The Ryan Express, is an American former Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher and a previous chief executive officer (CEO) of the Texas Rangers, and Houston Astros. Ryan has co-written six books: autobiographies Miracle Man (with Jerry Jenkins, 1992), Throwing Heat (with Harvey Frommer, 1988) and The Road to Cooperstown (with Mickey Herskowitz and . Sullivan, 1999); Kings of the Hill (with Mickey Herskowitz, 1992), about contemporary pitchers; and instructional books Pitching and Hitting (with Joe Torre and Joel Cohen, 1977).

To me Nolan Ryan was the poster boy for hard work and humility. Jerry B. Jenkins is a writer for the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago and the author of more than 150 books, including the best-selling Left Behind series

To me Nolan Ryan was the poster boy for hard work and humility. A class act, as they say in the media. I picked this book up hoping to find out something about Nolan that I never knew about him or had. Jenkins is a writer for the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago and the author of more than 150 books, including the best-selling Left Behind series.

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Got it for his birthday.

Jerry B. Jenkins, born 1949 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, collaborated with Tim LaHaye to write the extremely popular Left Behind series of books.

This bestselling autobiography lets readers meet the man behind the 95-mile-per-hour fastball, theg records-whom Sports Illustrated calls a living legend. Nolan speaks candidly and honestly on professional athletes, marriage and family, his image, and his early years.

By: Nolan Ryan, Jerry B. Jenkins. After four decades with four baseball teams, Nolan Ryan hasn't lost one mile-per-hour from his legendary fastball-nor one ounce of respect from his fans. Despite his athletic accomplishments, Nolan's real story is even more striking, for his is the testimony of a man who has paid an enormous price for a successful career-without leaving his family behind.

Ryan wrote several autobiographies, including Throwing Heat: The Autobiography of Nolan Ryan (1988), written with Harvey Frommer; Miracle Man: Nolan Ryan, the Autobiography (1992), written with Jerry Jenkins; and Nolan Ryan: The Road to Cooperstown (1999), written with. Sullivan and Mickey Herskowitz. He also collaborated on instructional guides, such as Pitching & Hitting (1977) and Nolan Ryan’s Pitching Bible (1991).

The author, a major league pitcher for twenty-five years, recounts his life and career, and shares his opinions on the business side of baseball, today's ballplayer, and his current team, the Texas Rangers
Comments: (6)
Skunk Black
very good book thanks
Meztisho
yep, Nolan Ryan is awesome.
Brariel
it was a very good read. any baseball fan in his right mind would read thid book. couldn't put it down.
wanderpool
Got it for his birthday. He is really interested in reading about Nolan Ryan - have also bought other books on the subject from Amazon.
Ffyan
I am still reading this book. I'm just impressed to get a super sports star's thinking on the way of life.
He insisted on the importantance of moral in the society.
Celace
Nolan Ryan was my favorite baseball player when I was a kid. This is a rather straightforward autobiography by the pitching great. Ryan tells it like it is, going over his experiences and explaining his philosophy of life (and baseball). This book came out in 1992, so it doesn't cover the last two seasons of his career.