Always one to whore myself out, I wanted to pass along a book that I came across that you might be interested in (assuming you are able to read and don't just look at the site's pictures).
I will let the author, Paul Keck, give the synopsis:
The Greatest Comeback Ever is a daily journal I wrote at age sixteen in 1978,
covering all sports but first and foremost my favorite team-the New York
Yankees. From 14 games behind the first place Boston Red Sox in mid July that
season, the 1978 Yankees raced back to win the American League East division and
went on to win the World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. A unique book
on a unique season, baseball fans of all ages will enjoy this rip-roaring
journal of the greatest comeback in baseball history.
Having not been alive in 1978, the run that the Yankees went on that summer is one that I have heard about (seemingly endlessly) from my father for years. Having lived through the Yankees dynastic run of the 1990's, it is interesting to read the thoughts of someone of similar age during this historic summer. So, I encourage you all to click here and buy the book to support Paul's efforts. And while you are in the buying mood, click here and buy a friggin' tshirt.