Jayson Stark Autograph Tells Doting Dads They're 'Worth the Wait'

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Under the premise that a signed copy of Worth the Wait is the perfect gift for Father's Day, Pennsylvania-based retailer The Frame Game sent out an email blast inviting subscribers to a book signing for ESPN's Jayson Stark, who wrote the aforementioned title.

Any mention of being Worth the Wait brings to mind Christian promise rings and WWJD wristbands, but the book is actually a collection of stories about the 2008 Phillies, as illustrated by an image of Stark clutching a ball with a bronze batter, mid-swing, behind him.

We can appreciate the call to pause, but the illustration's about as bamboozling as the title: at first glance, it looks uncomfortably like Stark's about to get clocked from behind.

by Angela Natividad    Jun-11-09   Click to Comment   
Topic: Events, Promotions, Publishing   

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I already own the book. It is horrible. It's mostly stuff he already wrote. Barely any new material.

Posted by: Frank Mouber on June 12, 2009 8:03 AM





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