Tales from the St. Louis Blues Locker Room: A Collection of the Greatest Blues Stories Ever Told Hardcover – Oct 1 2013
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About the Author
Bob Plager both played and coached in the Blues organization. He ranks fifth all-time in Blues history with 615 games played. Currently, Plager works in the Blues’ community relations department and also is an analyst on KMOX. He lives in St. Louis, Missouri.
Tom Wheatley, a former sports columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, is a four-time Missouri Sportswriter of the Year. He is the author of St. Louis Sports Folks and coauthor of The Memoirs of Bing Devine, 70! Mark McGwire, Fathers and Sons, and Get With It, Girls! Life Is Competition. He lives in St. Louis, Missouri.
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I was born in '73 and grew up in the St. Louis area a Blues fan. This book had a way of being nostalgic for me, despite my not having followed most of the Blues players named in the book during my lifetime. This is not the greatest example of literary writing, nor the most poignant memoir on the planet. But it's an entertaining read for Blues fans who want to connect with the team's early history, and a telling time capsule, revealing how times have changed in sports and in the world. Overall I recommend to any Blues fan or sports history buff.