Pat Jordan

Pat JordanWebsite: Pat Jordan's Stories
Birthplace: Bridgeport, CT
Current Residence: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Setting: Sports
Genre: Non-Fiction, Fiction

Pat Jordan (1941-)
was a pitcher for the Milwaukee Braves for three years. After only a moderate success as an athlete, Jordan turned to writing about sports. After more than twenty years of writing non-fiction about sports, Jordan published his first novel, The Cheat. Jordan has also written two memoirs about his life in sports. False Spring centers on his early baseball career with the Milwaukee Braves and Nice Tuesday is about his experience as a senior citizen joining a minor league baseball team in Connecticut.

Book List


a.k.a. Sheila Weinstein (2003)
a.k.a. Sheila Doyle (2002)
The Cheat (1984)


Best Sports Writing of Pat Jordan (2008)
A Nice Tuesday: A Memoir (1999)
Sports Illustrated Pitching: The Key to Excellence (1988)
Chase the Game (1979)
After the Sundown
Broken Patterns (1977)
A False Spring (memoir) (1975)
Suitors of Spring (1973)
Black Coach (1971)

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