8 edition of Jim Abbott found in the catalog.
by Child"s World, Distributed to schools and libraries in the U.S. by Encyclopaedia Britannica Corp. in [Mankato, MN], Chicago, Ill
Written in English
A biography of the California Angels pitcher who became the first player to make it to the major leagues with only one hand.
|Statement||by Richard Rambeck.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|LC Classifications||GV865.A26 R36 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||92043044|
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Jim Abbott is an inspiration to all of us. He is a true legend that has been honored and featured by countless organizations. While his major league awards are well known, you might not have known about these: Sullivan Award (best amateur athlete in the United States), Jesse Owens Athlete of the Year Award, March of Dimes Athlete of the Year (two times), Courage Award by the Academy Award of. The pure athleticism and control of Jim Abbott secured his position as the California Angels’ first-round draft pick, even though he was born without a right hand. Disregarded in over 70 percent of the team’s preferential draft lists, Abbott went on to become one of only three pitchers during his decade to win their first professional.
In the book, Jim Abbott talks about his upbringing in Flint and his baseball career in the major leagues, where he played 10 seasons and pitched a no-hitter with the New York Yankees. Jim Abbott, Self: Boy Meets World. Jim Abbott was born on Septem in Flint, Michigan, USA as James Anthony Abbott. He has been married to Dana Douty since They have two children.
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Far more than a book about baseball, it is a deeply felt story of triumph and failure, dreams and disappointments. Jim Abbott has hurled another gem.”—Jonathan Eig, New York Times bestselling author of Luckiest Man NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Born without a right hand, Jim Abbott dreamed of someday being a great athlete/5().
Far more than a book about baseball, it is a deeply felt story of triumph and failure, dreams and disappointments. Jim Abbott has hurled another gem.”—Jonathan Eig, New York Times bestselling author of Luckiest Man NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Born without a right hand, Jim Abbott dreamed of someday being a great athlete.4/4(27).
James Anthony Abbott (born Septem ) is a former Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher who achieved success at the major league level despite having been born without a right hand. He played ten seasons in MLB for the California Angels, New York Yankees, Chicago White Sox, and Milwaukee Brewers, from to He graduated from Flint Central High School and grew up in the East Earned run average: "Imperfect" is a beautifully written autobiography about former Major League Baseball pitcher, Jim Abbott.
Credit to Tim Brown, a baseball writer for Yahoo. Sports for assisting in polishing up this work and contributing to an excellent collection of thoughts, stories and /5.
Against all odds is the story of Jim Abbot, the one handed pitcher who took baseball by storm at the close of the s. This is an excellent book for children that love baseball or want to read something inspiring from real life. This book is very informative, giving information /5(5).
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Jim Abbott was born with one hand, but learned to adapt to his situation, eventually going on to become a Major League Baseball pitcher. In an amazingly inspirational speech, Abbott teaches that, in order to move toward our goals, we must be willing to adapt: to change and mold ourselves in order to meet the obstacles in our own way.
Far more than a book about baseball, it is a deeply felt story of triumph and failure, dreams and disappointments. Jim Abbott has hurled another gem.”—Jonathan Eig, New York Times bestselling author of Luckiest Man NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Born without a right hand, Jim Abbott dreamed of someday being a great athlete.
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Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From his first no-hitter as a Little League pitcher to w /5. My favorite player: Jim Abbott By Chris Burke Apr 9, 24 The story of how I came to follow Jim Abbott begins at a Scholastic Book Fair.
Jim Abbott travels the country these days passing along a motivational message as part of his speaker’s bureau. It is quite a message from the. Jim Abbott s book is the result of years of research piecing together evidence, relations and apocryphal stories from Frank s life. It is also part memoir, as Abbott cared for Frank through the final decade of his life.
Their friendship was fraught with difficulties, which Abbott portrays with the honesty of a journalist/5(31). Jim Abbott won an Olympic gold medal, played professional baseball, pitched a no-hitter, wrote a bestselling memoir and has positively impacted the lives of thousands of people through his inspirational talks.
With all of that success, Jim still enthusiastically recounts how one of his greatest inspirations was one of his earliest — Donn Clarkson, his [ ].
"Chasing an Impossible Dream" by Jim Abbott, Janu 18 Copy quote. My advice is that you go and do something that you are really driven to do. I loved to play baseball and, because I loved it, I practiced it. Some of us have limitations, but if you are passionate about something and if you have the drive, then.
Left-handed pitcher Jim Abbott is probably the most celebrated athlete with a major disability of his era. Born with a deformed right arm, Abbott was already a national hero before signing a professional contract with the California Angels in As a sophomore pitcher for the University of Michigan in he was named the best amateur.
Highlights: Jim Abbott is a former pitcher who played despite having been born without a right hand. He played for the California Angels, New York Yankees, Chicago White Sox, and Milwaukee Brewers from to Travels From: California.
Fee Range: $10, - $20, Request Information To Book. Jim Abbott has battled the odds his entire life. Despite being born with only one hand he was the 15th player to ever make a professional debut in the Major Leagues.
Many considered the move a publicity stunt by manager Doug Rader, but after struggling early, Abbott proved his doubters wrong by winning 12 games with a ERA in his rookie season.
The boy is introduced to the legend of Jim Abbott. Twelve-year-old Michael Branca learned the legend from his mother, Robin, who had heard about Abbott on the car radio during the Olympics. Ten-year-old Billy Inserra learned it from a children's book about Abbott, Overcoming the Odds, which Billy chewed on as a : Lee Jenkins.
Get this from a library. Jim Abbott. [Jon Kramer] -- A biography of the determined athlete who became the first pitcher to make it to the major leagues with only one hand, playing for the California Angels, New York Yankees, and Chicago White Sox.
Jim Abbott has hurled another gem." -Jonathan Eig, New York Timesbestselling author of Luckiest Man: The Life and Death of Lou Gehrigand Opening Day: The Story of Jackie Robinson's First Season From the Hardcover edition., Advance praise for 5/5(5).Get this from a library!
Jim Abbott. [Mark Stewart] -- A biography of the California Angels pitcher who has only one hand.Jim Abbott has led an eventfully life.
He brought his college team to the championship inbrought Team USA to gold inand threw a no hitter against the Cleveland Indians in These achievements are not what make him so special; what makes Jim Abbott even more remarkable is .