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Contact the seller - opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location. Shipping cost cannot be calculated. Please enter a valid ZIP Code. Shipping to: Worldwide. No additional import charges at delivery! Willie gives some great details about his 68 Tigers teammates, and talks about how having these characters around was like having a second family. He also talks about his feeling when the Tigers traded him away, and how he felt when he was able to again work with the Tigers years later.

Willie is obviously a fun guy, who expresses feeling grateful for what he has in life, his talent, and his family.

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He also seems happy and humble even about taking basic jobs after his playing days were over. Being a classy guy, Willie really doesn't trash talk anyone. He does seem let down by a couple of managers who he felt pushed to trade him. Horton does mention that he felt these things were not right, but he doesn't run the managers down. The book also talks about some of the race issues that were still going on in baseball- and in society while his career gets going.

It is strange for me now to think that only a few decades ago there might be segregated water fountains at a minor league park.


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  8. Willie mentions that he could not get a cab ride to a stadium once, because the cab he flagged down was for whites. He was told that he needed to call another cab company. I like to think that this kind of behavior occurred in our society MANY generations ago but Willie points out that it was more recent. Willie does talk openly about the fact that he had to deal with racism. He received hate mail and even death threats. He tried to not bring it up much because he didn't want to encourage those making the threats, or to give them satisfaction about it. Even though Willie was obviously affected by this, he does not dwell on it.

    He does a great job of giving the facts about what was going on at the time, but he did not allow the narrow mindedness of others get him down. Horton comes off as a very optimistic and humble guy. He talks at length about his children, grand kids, and how proud he is of all of the members of his very large family.