Free Open Book Event – Jay Paris

Muzeo presents author, Jay Paris

Sunday  •  October 20, 2019  •  1 – 3 pm

Join us on this free open book event as Muzeo presents author, Jay Paris, as he discusses and signs his new book, Shohei Ohtani: The Amazing Story of Baseball’s Two-Way Japanese Superstar.

A complement to the I Am An American – Japanese Incarceration in a Time of Fear exhibit.

Sportswriter Jay Paris’ third book, Shohei Ohtani: The Amazing Story Of Baseball’s Two-Way Japanese Superstar tells the incredible story of how a humble player made the journey from Japan to Anaheim, while changing the game of baseball along the way.

Paris is a longtime Southern California writer, getting his start with the Orange County Register before going to San Diego in 1992 to cover the Chargers. That was his beat for more than two decades with San Diego-area newspapers, before being named a columnist with the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Paris, who attended Orange High School and Cal State Fullerton, has won numerous awards voted on by his peers in the Pro Football Writers of America. He has also been a staple on countless media platforms, everything from the MLB Network to KTLA and various radio outlets.

Now living in Cardiff, Paris is also the author of Game Of My Life Chargers and Game Of My Life Rams. He currently covers the NFL in Los Angeles for Forbes.com.

This is a free event, please RSVP to Carol Latham: clatham@muzeo.org

 

Carnegie Gallery

The Historic 1908 Carnegie Library is on the United States National Register of Historic Places, and was built using a 10K grant funded by Andrew Carnegie. It served as the city library until 1963, then became home to the Anaheim Museum in 1987 before becoming part of Muzeo in 2007. Available for private event rental.

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