28: A Photographic Tribute to Buster Posey

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A visual celebration of the star catcher’s 12 seasons with the San Francisco Giants

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Brian Murphy

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A visual celebration of the star catcher’s 12 seasons with the San Francisco GiantsFeaturing over 80 photographs by longtime sports photographer Brad Mangin, who has covered Posey’s entire career since he first stepped foot onto the field for the Giants back in 2009 all the way to his final at-bat in 2021, 28: A Photographic Tribute to Buster Posey is a celebration of the newly minted legacy of the San Francisco Giants’ star catcher. Through his twelve-year tenure with the team, Buster Posey became one of the most beloved players in Giants history, helping carry the franchise to its first World Series championship in San Francisco in 2010 and going on to win two more World Series for the Giants in 2012 and 2014. With an introduction from veteran sportswriter and San Francisco radio host Brian Murphy, along with essays from Posey’s teammates, managers, coaches, opposing players, and other sports personalities, 28 tells the story of Posey’s illustrious career from the heartfelt perspective of those who know him best.

Additional information

Weight 300 g
Dimensions 21.59 x 27.939999999999998 cm
Publisher name Cameron Books
Publication date 1 September 2022
Number of pages 176
Format Hardback
Contributors Photographs by Brad Mangin, Preface by Buster Posey
Dimensions 21.59 x 27.939999999999998 cm
Weight 300 g

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Brad Mangin is a photographer who, since 1987, has captured the biggest stars in professional sports and regularly shoots for Sports Illustrated and Major League Baseball. Brian Murphy, a former sportswriter for the San Francisco Chronicle and the author of six books, is a sports radio show host for KNBR. Both reside in the San Francisco Bay Area.