What Baseball Can Do For Lawyers, The Texas LawBook, Talmage Boston


If there is anyone at Winstead who can bring enthusiasm to the subject of baseball it’s shareholder Talmage Boston.  In a column written for Texas Lawbook, Talmage shares a story of his friend who also shares a love for baseball and the law, Dick Thornburgh. Read column here.

Talmage is a published author with three books in circulation: 1939 Baseball's Tipping Point; Baseball and the Baby Boomer: A History, Commentary & Memoir; and Raising the Bar: The Crucial Role of the Lawyer in Society.

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