Safe at Home: Confessions of a Baseball Fanatic by Alyssa Milano
From the book’s promotional paragraph: “Alyssa Milano is in love; she has been for some time. But the object of her affection isn’t the subject of tabloid gossip or an actor; in fact, it isn’t even a guy. It’s a game, a game of nine innings that uses a ball a made of leather and cock.”
What?! ZOMIGOD! Sounds like quite a book!
Only I made a typo transcribing the last word of that paragraph. It’s supposed to be “cork” not “cock.” Yeah, Alyssa Milano wrote a baseball book.
And it’s a fairly long book, too. 256 pages. Only 12 of which are pictures of Alyssa Milano. That’s a terrible things-I-don’t-want-to-see to things-I-want-to-see ratio.
All of which make this book a perfect recipient for SportsPickle.com’s first “This Weekend’s Book To Not Read” award.