Episode 2 – K.P. Wee – “Cangelosi”

K.P. Wee is the author of John Cangelosi: The Improbable Baseball Journey of the Undersized Kid from Nowhere to World Series Champion He has also written wonderful sports books... See More

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Episode 2 – K.P. Wee – “Cangelosi” Episode 2 – K.P. Wee – “Cangelosi”

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K.P. Wee is the author of John Cangelosi: The Improbable Baseball Journey of the Undersized Kid from Nowhere to World Series Champion

He has also written wonderful sports books on great subjects such as the 1988 Dodgers, Knuckleballers, famous knuckleball pitcher Tom Candiotti, and much more.  We had a great time chatting with him and have truly become friends.  His personal story is worthy of a book of its own, but we’re glad he wrote Cangelosi.  It’s an inspiring journey back to the latter days of baseball cards and newspaper box scores and a professional baseball player small enough to once be mistaken for Tim Kurkjian could be a difference maker on championship teams.

Enjoy our chat with K.P. and then go buy his books.  You’ll thank us later.

 

K.P. Wee is the author of John Cangelosi: The Improbable Baseball Journey of the Undersized Kid from Nowhere to World Series Champion

He has also written wonderful sports books on great subjects such as the 1988 Dodgers, Knuckleballers, famous knuckleball pitcher Tom Candiotti, and much more.  We had a great time chatting with him and have truly become friends.  His personal story is worthy of a book of its own, but we’re glad he wrote Cangelosi.  It’s an inspiring journey back to the latter days of baseball cards and newspaper box scores and a professional baseball player small enough to once be mistaken for Tim Kurkjian could be a difference maker on championship teams.

Enjoy our chat with K.P. and then go buy his books.  You’ll thank us later.

 

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Ryan Acra

Ryan Acra is the Owner and President of The Get It Factory, an independent publishing and content creation company based in Montana. After a stint as general manager of the Great Falls Explorers of the Continental Basketball Association, Ryan has found success as an author without the backing of a traditional publisher or literary agent. As he heard stories of other writers who felt they couldn’t get their stories told, Acra decided to open a boutique publishing house to help artists of all types share their work.