New Book Release: The Impossible Dream 1967 Red Sox: Birth of Red Sox Nation
In The Impossible Dream 1967 Red Sox: Birth of Red Sox Nation, Herb Crehan, a recognized authority on Boston baseball history and contributing writer for the Red Sox official program, shares details about the incredible 100-to-1 pennant triumph of one of the most beloved teams in the history of America’s pastime.
Released by Summer Game Books, The Impossible Dream 1967 Red Sox: Birth of Red Sox Nation is an account of one of the most exciting seasons in baseball history. 1967 was a critical turning point for the Red Sox franchise, forever changing their reputation as perennial losers into one of the most passionately and widely followed teams in all of sports.
The Impossible Dream 1967 Red Sox combines 14 player profiles with a careful account of the 1967 baseball season. Featuring a Foreword by Cy Young Award winner and local hero Jim Lonborg, the intimacy of the profiles and level of detail provided could have only been achieved by a long-time Red Sox Nation insider such as author Herb Crehan.
Herb Crehan, publisher of Red Sox history website, www.bostonbaseballhistory.com, works with the Red Sox’s Director of Public Relations, the Publications Director, the team historian, and others in the organization. The author also works with numerous colleagues in the Boston baseball media. He writes several feature stories for Red Sox publications and game programs throughout the season.