Each book is personally signed by Ken
Purchase 3 or more books and you'll also receive a photo of the 1967 Sports Illustrated cover (of Mickey Mantle and Ken) autographed by Ken

Ken Berry played for 4 major league teams from 1965-1975: The Chicago White Sox, California Angels, Milwaukee Brewers and Cleveland Indians. He won the Gold Glove award as a center fielder for the White Sox in 1970 and Angels in 1972 and was a member of the 1967 All-Star team. Ken finished his 11-year career with a fielding percentage of .989. Nicknamed "The Bandit", he was known for his ability to rob hitters of a home run.

Ken recently finished a 26-year career as a minor league coach, manager and roving instructor working with hitters, outfielders and baserunners.

He loves fishing and listening to Rock & Roll music. His home is in Topeka, Ks.


Berry's creativity put into print


MLB vet Berry releases children's books

Andy is a graduate of Kansas State University. He worked in the teaching field for over 30 years and is now retired.

He is an avid artist, muralist, and tennis player. He lives in Topeka, KS with Patti, his wife of 39 years.

Who Gives a Hoot is not available for direct sale.
To get a copy, open a children's savings account
at Douglas County Bank in Lawrence, KS.

Each book is personally signed by Ken
Purchase 3 or more books and you'll also receive a photo of the 1967 Sports Illustrated cover (of Mickey Mantle and Ken) autographed by Ken

Each book will be personally signed by Ken.

Price: $8
(plus $2 shipping per order)

If you have any questions, please call 785-633-6837

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