Biography

Harvey Araton

Harvey Araton has been a sports columnist for The New York Times since 1991. The author or coauthor of three other books, he lives in Montclair, New Jersey, with his wife and two hoop-loving sons.

Harvey Araton

Books by Harvey Araton

by Harvey Araton - Nonfiction, Sports

Driving Mr. Yogi is the story of how a unique friendship between a pitcher and catcher is renewed every year. It started in 1999, when Berra was reunited with the Yankees after a long self-exile, the result of being unceremoniously fired by George Steinbrenner 14 years before. A reconciliation meant Berra would attend spring training again, and Guidry befriended “Mr. Yogi” instantly.

By the baseball writers of The New York Times and The Boston Globe , Harvey Araton, Tyler Kepner, Dave Anderson, George Vecsey, Bob Ryan, Jackie MacMullan - Baseball, Nonfiction, Sports

The Yankees vs. the Red Sox. Each baseball season begins and ends with unique intensity, focused on a single question: What's ahead for these two teams? One, the most glamorous, storied, and successful franchise in all of sports; the other, perennially star-crossed but equally rich in baseball history and legend. In THE RIVALS sports writers of The New York Times and The Boston Globe come together in the first-ever collaboration between the two cities' leading newspapers to tell the inside story of the teams' intertwined histories, each from the home team's perspective.