These were snapped over the weekend at Borders Books in New York City
With many years of hairy support here on Bastardly, we absolutely love Alyssa Milano, but with the recent economic downturn, I’d love to say that Alyssa’s new book “Safe at Home: Confessions of a Baseball Fanatic ” is going straight to the NY Times Bestsellers List, but sadly, that’s just not the case.
Now, if she had thought the marketing through & included a DVD of her top five favorite sex tapes with MLB players (she has slept with numerous the years), then I could make an excuse for the discretionary expense, but if it’s just a story of her sounding off on how much she loves baseball, then I’m gonna pass.
Here’s a review from Amazon:
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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 made of leather and cork. A game called baseball.
Now in Safe at Home, Alyssa Milano, the mind behind the bestselling sports-clothing line Touch, tells the story about her lifelong obsession with baseball, revealing what the game has meant to her and why everyone should take a chance on nine innings. Like it does for so many of us, Alyssa’s baseball story begins with a father. A native Brooklynite who scorned the Dodgers for abandoning the city he loved, her father was reunited with the team when he and his young daughter moved out west for a fledging TV show called Who’s the Boss. It was then that Alyssa learned one of the fundamental truths of the game: No matter where you are, no matter how old you are, baseball connects you to your past. [Read more]