In more than a century of baseball history, there is only one player who has won the most championship rings—Yogi Berra. He has ten of them, in fact. One for each and every finger.
In Ten Rings, Yogi, for the first time, tells the stories behind each of those remarkable championship seasons, spanning 1947 through 1962, baseball’s golden years. It was a time when players pla
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I think that Yogi Berra’s reason for writing this book is to inform the reader about his young childhood, his life growing up, and his time playing baseball for the New York Yankees. This book is in first person because he tells us about his life. He also takes us into detail about him playing in games. Like what his batting average was, his total amount of homeruns and RBI’s in single seasons and during the playoffs. He also briefly talks about his time storming Omaha beach in Normandy during W
The theme of this book is that no matter where you come from, or how bad your childhood is, you should never give up on your dream. It’s up to you to make your dream happen. Ever since he was a boy, all he wanted to do was play baseball. He and his friends started out playing baseball in the street. Then they moved their field to the junkyard where they spent most of their hot summer days. Yogi joined his first organized team when he was 12 that belonged to a YMCA club. His team also played other organized teams from the area. Then as he got older he starting playing for farm leagues and then one lucky day he got a call from the Yankees owner, asking him if he would like to join the team with only ten games left in the season. He accepted.
The style of this book is an exposition because it has information about the events that had happened in his life. This style was very affective because before I read this book I didn’t know that much about Yogi Berra. It was cool to know all these things about someone that played baseball on one of the best Yankee teams of all time. I didn’t know that he was Italian, or that he had three older brothers.
My opinion of this book is that it was very interesting, and I very fun read. I am not usually a very big reader, but this book kept me interested throughout the whole book. What I liked most about this book is that Yogi Berra made something out of nothing; I’m talking about his life growing up. He went from playing in a junkyard using a flipped car for a dugout, to playing at Yankee Stadium. I also can easily relate to Yogi because like me he was a catcher. So this made it very interesting to me. I also liked that this book was an easy read. The print wasn’t too small and the spacing between sentences was bigger than what is in most books. What I disliked most about this book is that the chapters sometimes seemed to get repetitive. Almost like the chapter copied the last one. If I could change one thing about this book, it would be to include more about his involvement in World War Two. Like if he was just involved in the storming of the beach, or was he also assigned to other places. This book is kind of similar to Heat, which is about a pitcher that throws really hard. These books are similar because pitching and catching are not that different. The pitcher throws what the catcher calls.