I just finished reading “Driving Mr. Yogi: Yogi Berra, Ron Guidry, and Baseball’s Greatest Gift.”
By now, you’ve probably heard the story behind this one.
If you’re a Yankees fan, you will find “Driving Mr. Yogi” to be a wonderful book to read. Honestly, I cannot think of any type of Yankees fan who will not enjoy this one.
If you’re a baseball fan, you will also enjoy “Driving Mr. Yogi.”
Perhaps – and it’s just a maybe – you may not be “as into it” as a Yankees fan.
But, I suspect even a Yankees-hater, as long as they’re a fan of the game, will find this to be nice read and very interesting. There’s enough baseball-feel-good stuff in there to keep any hardball fan engaged while reading this book.
That said, I think even those who don’t give a darn about baseball would enjoy the story told with “Driving Mr. Yogi.” Anyone who has ever loved an aging parent, grand-parent or some surrogate respected elder will be able to appreciate this story and be touched by it.
Picture a third person telling you the story of Tuesdays with Morrie with the story now having a baseball backdrop. That’s sort of what you get with “Driving Mr. Yogi: Yogi Berra, Ron Guidry, and Baseball’s Greatest Gift.”
I highly recommend this book.