Davey Johnson — one of the most interesting, intelligent and passionate figures in baseball — was always a winner. He became an all-star player and manager, only retiring from the game at the age of 70. And since then, he’s continued to prove that it’s not about age; it’s about attitude.
He’s just released a fascinating autobiography: Davey Johnson: My Wild Ride in Baseball and Beyond, and all profits go to his wife’s charity.
Johnson has learned much about life’s ups and downs along the way — including, personal battles with his own health and the tragic loss of a child — and shares his insights with Growing Bolder.