Dwight Gooden Audio Books

Dwight Gooden Audio Books

At age nineteen, Dwight Eugene Gooden was baseball’s pitching phenom, thrilling New Yorkers and fans everywhere. Nicknamed “Doc” for his surgical, 98-mph fastball, he was named Rookie of the Year, became the youngest player ever to appear in an All-Star game, received the Cy Young Award, and guided the 1986 New York Mets to World Series victory — his first of three World Series rings. After a long battle with drug addiction, Gooden, a dedicated father of seven, is now clean and working with at-risk children and adults.

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