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This is a baseball book. It is a biography of one of the game’s favorite sons and most devoted servants. It is both a reverent look at the life of that man and a heartfelt reflection on his trade. Furthermore, it is his baseball story as well—the game he grew up with, the players and managers and ballparks and broadcasters who nurtured his baseball heart and led him to fashion an enduring love for the sport. This is his story.
344 pages with more than 140 photographs including two twenty-page color photo sections.
“My Oh My: The Dave Niehaus Story” will forever be treasured by me, my children and my grandchildren... a wonderful collection of stories to remember Dave by, a man who was the best husband, father and grandfather one could ever hope for. Thank you Billy for giving all of us this gift. – Marilyn Niehaus, Dave's wife and mother of their 3 children
Billy Mac, you took us along on David's journey from Princeton, Indiana to Seattle, Washington - reminded us why he was one of the greatest broadcasters of all time. Billy Mac ... thank you for telling his story. My-Oh-My! – Rick Rizzs, Seattle Mariner broadcaster, Dave Niehaus’ partner
Get out the rye bread and the mustard, grandma, Billy Mac just hit one out with the quintessential Niehaus biography. We need to have it bronzed and placed next to Dave's statue. – Dan Raley, Author of Pitchers of Beer: A History of the Seattle Rainiers and How Seattle Became A Big-League Sports Town: From George Wilson to Russell Wilson
For me as a baseball broadcaster the thing I most appreciated about Dave was the skill and artistry he gave you in just bringing you the game itself. Dave always made it a special occasion. – Jon Miller, Voice of the San Francisco Giants