Hawk: I Did It My Way by Ken Harrelson, Jeff Snook
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Overview: Anyone who’s tuned in to a White Sox game during the past four decades has heard his calls and catchphrases: "Mercy!" "Rack ’em up!" "He gone!" Ken Harrelson is a man who knows how to talk and is brimming with stories, but even the most dedicated fans haven’t heard them all; many of "Hawk’s" most memorable tales are simply not suitable for television broadcasts.
Now, in his memoir, Harrelson opens up on a wide variety of topics, from his volatile childhood, to life in the major leagues, to stints as a professional golfer and MLB general manager, and of course his storied years in the broadcast booth. He minces no words when reflecting on brawls, blowups, and encounters with figures ranging from Mickey Mantle and Arnold Palmer to Frank Sinatra and Bobby Kennedy. Packed with the enthusiasm and candor audiences have come to expect, Hawk is a no-holds-barred look at a singular life and career.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs