The Legendary Don Titcomb: His Life, His Game, His Way
Don Titcomb is the last of the great horseshoe pitchers from the 1950s-early 1960s era. The quality of pitching in this era performed in the out of doors was incredible. This book tells about Don's life, his game and his way. He has lived his life in pursuit of perfection in pitching and in the art of promoting the game he dearly loves. Along the way Don tells how to improve your game and how to help our sport grow.
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Don Titcomb Photo Album
Appendix A Writings and Poems
Appendix B Correspondence
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