Former Braves closer Billy Wagner pens memoir

Former Braves closer Billy Wagner pens memoir

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Former Atlanta Braves pitcher Billy Wagner was once one of the most feared closers in all of baseball.  But in his new, tell-all memoir, Wagner admits he would get so nervous pitching at the end of a game, he wanted to throw up! 

Wagner dropped by Good Day to tell us all about his book, A Way Out: Faith, Hope and the Love of the Game.

CLICK ON THE VIDEO ABOVE TO WATCH HIS INTERVIEW!

More info:
Billy's website: http://www.billywagner13.com/

Billy's book is available online at www.amazon.com, and in Barnes & Noble Bookstores.

Autographed copies available after September 25 in store and online at:
A Cappella Books
208 Haralson Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
404-681-5128

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