Wed, Mar 27 | Foley's NY Pub & Restaurant

Bob Klapisch Book Signing

Join us at Foley's as Bob Klapisch signs "Inside The Empire".
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Bob Klapisch Book Signing

Time & Location

Mar 27, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Foley's NY Pub & Restaurant, 18 West 33rd Street, New York, NY 10001, USA

About The Event

Bob Klapisch will be at Foley's signing "Inside the Empire".


Using the 2018 baseball season as the backdrop, Inside the Empire gives readers the real, unvarnished truth from Brian Cashman, Aaron Boone, Giancarlo Stanton, C.C. Sabathia—even Hal Steinbrenner and Randy Levine—and many more.

This is baseball’s version of HBO’s award-winning NFL series “Hard Knocks.” Klapisch and Solotaroff take you deep into the Yankees clubhouse, their dugout, and the front office and pull back the curtain so that every fan can see what really goes on. There’s never been a baseball book quite like it.


BOB KLAPISCH has covered baseball for the New York Post, New York Daily News, and Bergen Record as well as ESPN, FOX Sports and USA Today. His work has appeared in Sports Illustrated, Rolling Stone and Men’s Journal. Klapisch has won several Top-5 awards in the prestigious Associated Press Sports Editors contest and appears regularly on MLB Network. A graduate of Columbia University, where he played varsity baseball, Klapisch continues to pitch in the semi-professional Metropolitan League in Bergen County. He and his family live in Westwood, NJ.

PAUL SOLOTAROFF is a veteran feature writer at Rolling Stone and Men’s Journal magazines. An investigative journalist whose fixed beat is social justice, he helped break the NFL concussion scandal, reported the horror-show conditions at Walter Reed Hospital, and wrote a series of stories that helped free innocent men who were doing life without parole in state prisons. Winner of two Genesis Awards and a National Press Club Award, he is a Pulitzer Prize and National Magazine Award finalist, as well as the best-selling author of three previous books. He lives in Nyack, NY, with his wife Cynthia, who leaves the room to preserve her hearing and dignity when he watches the Yankees.

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