The author, a former Little League coach, uses the immensely popular American game of baseball to teach his children such important lessons as dealing with different kinds of people, performing under pressure, accepting what you can't do about the rain, and how to win-and lose. This book covers all the bases for fathers who wish to provide their children with a framework for life as well as love for the game.
Andy Norwood is an attorney with Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, where he focuses on intellectual property issues. During his off time, he coached his sons Little League team, an experience that inspired him to write his first book. Norwood graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in communications, double majoring in journalism and creative writing. He also earned a degree from the University of Alabama School of Law. He is a member of the University of Alabama Alumni Association, the Nashville and American Bar Associations, and the Publishers Association of the South. Norwood resides in Franklin, Tennessee.