The Ultimate Presentation for Red Sox Nation with Author Marty Gitlin

september, 2023

22sep3:30 pm4:30 pmFeaturedThe Ultimate Presentation for Red Sox Nation with Author Marty GitlinZoom with Gunn Memorial Library 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

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The Gunn Memorial Library in Washington, CT invites you to take a fun and enlightening journey through Boston Red Sox history with the author of the Ultimate Boston Red Sox Time Machine Book, Marty Gitlin. This virtual presentation features exciting and nostalgic videos of the greatest and most fascinating players, teams, events and moments in franchise history. Tune in via Zoom.

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The program also includes trivia questions for participants to ponder and covers Sox history from the Royal Rooters, who launched Red Sox Nation, to Babe Ruth, to Ted Williams to The Impossible Dream Season of 1967 to Lynn, Rice and ’75 to the heartbreak of 1986 all the way to the four World Series championships and beyond. It will conclude with a question-and-answer period. Author Martin Gitlin will have autographed and personalized copies of his book available online following the program.

MARTIN GITLIN is a veteran author and sportswriter. He has had about 150 books published since 2006, including A Celebration of Animation: The 100 Greatest Cartoon Characters in Television History (Lyons Press, 2018) with Joe Wos. His Great American Cereal Book (Harry Abrams, 2012) soared to No. 1 in both the Americana and Breakfast Book categories on immediately upon release and remained there for several months while his Powerful Moments in Sports: The Most Significant Sporting Events in American History earned critical acclaim. Gitlin won more than 45 awards as a sports journalist from 1991 to 2002, including first place for general excellence from The Associated Press for his coverage of the Indians-Braves World Series in 1995. AP also selected him as one of the top four feature writers in Ohio. Gitlin lives in North Olmsted, Ohio.


(Friday) 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm


Gunn Memorial LibraryPhone: (860) 868-7586