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The Baby Bombers

The Inside Story of the Next Yankees Dynasty
Narrated by: Eric Martin
Length: 9 hrs and 40 mins
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Derek Jeter and the "Core Four" have passed the torch to a new generation of Yankees superstars - featuring Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez, Luis Severino, and Greg Bird - who have powered through the minors to become stars on baseball's biggest stage. Joined by reigning National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton, this thrilling group is poised to chase championship titles for years to come.  

The Baby Bombers details the inside strategy of the Yankees' pivot to a younger, more exciting roster, the players' fascinating paths to Yankee Stadium, their memorable 2017 playoff run, their amazing assaults on the record books, and a unified mission to hoist the franchise's 28th World Series trophy.  

Through new, in-depth interviews, veteran reporter Bryan Hoch fleshes out the transition from Jeter to Judge, scoring behind-the-scenes insights from general manager Brian Cashman, former manager Joe Girardi, executives and scouts, members of the current roster, opponents, and Yankees legends of the past.  

Winning baseball in the Bronx will resume with postseason hero Aaron Boone in the manager's chair, aiming to steer the franchise to its 41st World Series appearance.

©2018 Bryan Hoch (P)2018 Tantor

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Great story but the narrator was pretty bad.

Great story but the person narrating the book was pretty bad. It was pretty obvious the narrator was not a baseball fan which made a great story and information hard to get into. The book itself is fantastic. If only they could have had someone that has emotion and understands baseball narrating.