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Book review: Don't Let Us Win Tonight


If you are looking for a Father's Day gift for the old man, or maybe the significant other's old man this season, Don't Let Us Win Tonight by Allan Wood and Bill Nowlin is a perfect fit.

The book is an oral history of the incredible run made by the 2004 Boston Red Sox, breaking the 86-year curse of the Bambino. Don't Let Us Win Tonight includes words from former favorites such as David Ortiz, Dave Roberts, Trot Nixon, Tim Wakefield, Terry Francona, Johnny Damon, Kevin Millar, Curt Schilling, and others.

Ultimately, the work is a fun read because it is an intimate view into one of the greatest sports accomplishments in modern history. Don't Let Us Win Tonight provides a first-hand view with exclusive interviews, giving the reader an inside look to one of the best Red Sox teams of all-time.

A 279-page book, Don't Let Us Win Tonight is a must-read for any Red Sox fan who either wants to relive the glory or a youngster who has interest in learning about the iconic group.

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