Advance Praise for THE 50 GREATEST RED SOX GAMES "Herea s the deal. It costs about $43 for a grandstand seat at Fenway Park these days, unless you buy the ticket from a scalper, which makes the cost $2 million. If you went to just 50 games of any dimension that means the cost would be either $2,150 or $100 million. Here, for considerably less, you get the 50 greatest games the Red Sox ever played plus tight prose, snappy anecdotes, and reasoned judgments. Bargains like this dona t come often. Plus, you dona t even have to pay for parking." ----Leigh Montville, author of Ted Williams: The Biography of an American Hero "Ita s a daunting task, but Cecilia Tan and Bill Nowlin have come up with the Red Sox greatest hits album, the box set. Enjoy." ----Dan Shaughnessy, author of Reversing the Curse "Old Towne Team fans will think they have died and gone to heaven with The 50 Greatest Red Sox Games in their grasp. Informative, exciting, entertaining ...Cecilia Tan and Bill Nowlin have done a good deed for the Fenway faithful." ----Harvey Frommer, coauthor of Red Sox vs. Yankees: The Great Rivalry
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Author Biography - Cecilia Tan
CECILIA TAN has written for Mudville, Baseball Ink, Baseball Today, and Picto. She produces her own online baseball magazine, Why I Like Baseball, and is a member of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR). Tan is coeditor (with Bill Nowlin) of The Fenway Project, an account of one night at the ballpark told through the eyes of over 60 different spectators and observers. BILL NOWLIN, Tana s coeditor on The Fenway Project, wrote or cowrote Tales from the Red Sox Dugout and nine other Red Sox books. He has written for the Boston Globe Magazine, Boston magazine, Red Sox Magazine, Boston Baseball, Diehard, the Baseball Research Journal, the National Pastime, and other newspapers and magazines. Nowlin is editor of publications for the Ted Williams Museum.