The Crow and the Eagle: A True Fable
The Crow and the Eagle describes the struggle for success that every person with vision has had to face, and how a Cy Young-winning baseball pitcher overcame those obstacles - both in the New York Yankee's golden fifties and through to his own golden years.
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