Sportscaster’s New Book Benefits the NFED
My Baseball Journey: A Sportscaster's Story
By Bill Brown and Tim Gregg
Forward by Craig Biggio
Recognized as one of the top play-by-play announcers in baseball, Bill Brown’s new book is informative, humorous and inspiring. Bill is the TV sportscaster for the Houston Astros.
It’s a must for every baseball fan, but it’s more than just a baseball book. Bill brings to life the stories of those who have inspired him, both personally and professionally, and he talks openly about his struggles to gain a foothold in the broadcasting business.
All proceeds from the sale of Bill’s new book will benefit the National Foundation for Ectodermal Dysplasias.
, a 12-year-old affected by ectrodactyly-ectodermal defects-clefting (EEC) syndrome, is featured both on the front cover of the book and in one of the chapters. Zach is the son of Susan and Paul Hamm.
From Sedalia to Saigon, from the Big Red Machine to the Killer B’s and the 2012 season, Bill Brown charts every step of his baseball journey in the pages of this outstanding book.
All books purchased on the NFED website will be signed by Bill Brown.
You'll get to read an inspiring book while helping the NFED.
Book Signing Appearances
June 21 - Wolfie's, Houston, Texas - See photos on Facebook
July 9--Lakewood Church Men's Ministry, Fourth Floor, 7 p.m. See photos on Facebook.
July 10--All-Star Pre-Game Watch Party at The Downtown Club at The Met, 5:30 to 7 p.m. See photos on Facebook.
July 11--Brazos Bookstore signing, 7 p.m. See photos on Facebook
August 16--Minute Maid Headquarters, Houston, Texas, Lunchtime
August 20 - SABR Meeting, Bob Broeg St. Louis Chapter, The Original Crusoe’s Restaurant, 3152 Osceola St., St. Louis, MO, 6:45 p.m.
August 21--St. Louis/NFED promotional appearance - Mike Shannon's "Outfield" Patio 5-6 p.m.
August 27--Sugar Land Skeeters at Constellation Field
October 26 - NFED Halloween Bash, The Altman Building, Manhattan, NY
“Whether or not you’re a baseball fan, I think you’ll enjoy Bill’s book. I encourage you to tell your friends about it. From beginning to end, Bill writes from a position of humility and integrity. As he’s done for more than twenty-five years as the television voice of the Astros, Bill tells it like he’s seen it and does so in a fair and honest way.”
Former Houston Astros player