Jim Murray: Autobiography of the Pulitzer Prize-Winning Sports Columnist

Jim Murray Autobiography of the Pulitzer Prize Winning Sports Columnist ads like his Pulitzer Prize winnings columns in the Los Angeles Times Witty compelling stinging Dave Anderson The New York TimesJim Murray The Autobiography of the Pulitzer Prize Winning Columnist

  • Title: Jim Murray: Autobiography of the Pulitzer Prize-Winning Sports Columnist
  • Author: Jim Murray
  • ISBN: 9780028604305
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
  • ads like his Pulitzer Prize winnings columns in the Los Angeles Times Witty, compelling, stinging Dave Anderson, The New York TimesJim Murray The Autobiography of the Pulitzer Prize Winning Columnist met with universally stellar reviews when published in hardcover Now available in paperback, Jim s memoir resonates with wit and wisdom Murray began his care ads like his Pulitzer Prize winnings columns in the Los Angeles Times Witty, compelling, stinging Dave Anderson, The New York TimesJim Murray The Autobiography of the Pulitzer Prize Winning Columnist met with universally stellar reviews when published in hardcover Now available in paperback, Jim s memoir resonates with wit and wisdom Murray began his career as a Time reporter, covering Hollywood and politics, and eventually found his niche in sports He went on to become the most revered sports columnist in America, earning the Pulitzer in 1991 In this captivating work, he shares his personal triumphs, youthful ambitions, and recent tragedies along with his favorite games, moments, cities, and personalities Read the words of a man who one critic said has good lines than Shakespeare.

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    1. An autobiography on the best sportswriter of all time. Everyone knows his famous sayings such as "Gentlemen, start your coffins!" when talking about the Indy 500, or "It was Kentucky's turn to use the cement mixer" when talking about Cincinati and it's lack of progress with a freeway, but how did this sportswriter become the best of all time. This is his story.In this autobiography, Murray talks about such sports icons as Muhammad Ali, Arnold Palmer, Ben Hogan, Tommy Lasorda, Mario Andretti, Mag [...]

    2. Jim Murray's columns in the Los Angeles Times batted home runs, hit aces, and scored knock outs as often as the athletes he loved and wrote about. He wrote about sports, and by that, the athletes, the teams, their owners, their cities, as well as the sports themselves. Here is his story about how he did it, and where it left him.

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