WARM. . . RICH. . . NOSTALGIC. . . FUNNY
“Lady in the Locker Room” is the historic and uproarious memoir of author Flo Thomasian Synder’s ten years with the Los Angeles Dodgers when the ball club moved west and expanded Major League Baseball’s horizons forever. Brimming with details of never before told stories, Snyder recalls the memorable events and hilarious escapades that filled those early years. Included are the unforgettable 1959 pennant playoff and World Series championship...the magic of the Sandy Koufax/Don Drysdale era...the electrifying stolen base record set by Maury Wills...and the golden oratory of Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully. And in a host of hilarious confessions she reveals the pranks and antics that famous ballplayers played on her in spring training before anyone had ever hear of political correctness.
With the forward by Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda, this unique, color-illustrated hardcover book contains more than 100 rare photos. For baseball fans and all who enjoy a good read, Lady in the Locker Room is the perfect choice. More than a keepsake book, it’s an experience.
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