FATSISFaculty of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (Commonwealth Department of Education, Science and Training; Australia)
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The most comparable "Plimptonian" experience, however, was lived by Stefan Fatsis in 2008, when the author negotiated a position as a third-string placekicker on the NFL's Denver Broncos roster.
(10) Stefan Fatsis, "NHL calls off its entire season with labor face-off cold as ice," Wall Street Journal, February 17, 2005, p.
The challenge in crafting a portrait of the 'real' Paige is that Paige himself spent his life avoiding, and then subverting, reality." STEFAN FATSIS
As contributor Stefan Fatsis puts it, this anthology is "about the gorgeous minutiae of baseball" (15), and as any fan of the game will attest, it's all about the small stuff.
It contains three recollections on gloves: "My Glove: A Biography," by Stefan Fatsis, which includes a chat with Houston's Craig Biggio and traces the writer's attempt to revamp his classic mitt; Christopher Buckley's "Nostalgia: The 1950s and My Mitts," after which the reader wonders how the author could lose not one, but two of them; and "My Glove," by Katherine A.
Most recently Stefan Fatsis published A Few Seconds of Panic, chronicling his experience playing for the Denver Broncos.
The book is enlivened by deft sketches of many of the contestants; though often nerdy, they do not match the grade-A strangeness of the ones Steven Fatsis encountered in a similar quest to understand competitive Scrabble.
Word Freak by Stefan Fatsis (Yellow Jersey Press, pounds 15)
(6) Stefan Fatsis, "NBA's Problems Mount," The Wall Street Journal, Apr.
A2; and Stefan Fatsis, "Once-Haughty Majors Woo Fans with Fun," The Wall Street Journal, Feb.