The biography, penned by Randy Miller, beat writer for the Bucks County Courier Times and PhillyBurbs.com, will take an in-depth look into the life of one of Philadelphia’s most recognizable sports figures.
Miller says that although he loved Kalas, he was looking to reveal the real and raw life story of the famous broadcaster, according to the Philadelphia Daily News. The book will discuss Kalas' many indiscretions, his relationship with Eileen (his wife), his drinking and many more little known facts.
The book will be sold for $24.95 at book stores and online only.
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