A Few Words up Front: A Personal Romance With Sports History

Poet Tom Sheehan “lived and died” with the heroes’ joys and agonies.

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By Tom Sheehan

To go back part way or all the way in my memory, to the fields and confines of my youth, is to color or discolor those most real situations, is to make more pleasant the quick reverie of triumph, is to soften…

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