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WHAT THE FUZZ?

SURVIVAL STORIES OF A MINOR LEAGUE MASCOT 

 

 

What the Fuzz? is the most unexpected book I've read in a long, long time.  Heartfelt and hilarious, this memoir charts the maturity of its author, from a bumbling kid utterly lacking in self-confidence, into an unexpected American blue-collar superhero.  This book is chockful of magical moments, moments of levity, and moments of love, friendship, and decency.  I read this memoir in a single-sitting and can't wait for more of Ruefman's quirky, kind-hearted writing.  What the Fuzz? is a literary underdog that I'll be rooting and cheering for long into the future.

-- Nickolas Butler, author of Shotgun Love Songs Godspeed

 

In What the Fuzz?, Daniel Ruefman gives an uproarious glimpse behind the mask, with stories both hilarious and humbling. He shows us that oftentimes, the mascot is the hardest working person in the stadium.

Joe Niese, author of Handy Andy: The Andy Pafko Story &
Burleigh Grimes: Baseball's Last Legal Spitballer

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