Phil Pepe, American sportswriter, Died at 80

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Phil Pepe was born on March 21, 1935 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA and died on December 12, 2015 in Englewood, New Jersey, USA.

He was an American sportswriter.

Phil Pepe has covered, sports in New York for more than five decades.

Phil was the Yankees beat writer for the New York World Telegram & Sun from 1961-64, and for the New York Daily News from 1971-84.

Pepe was the author of approximately 48 books, including, ‘My Favorite Summer: 1956′ with Mickey Mantle (Doubleday), he had reached Number 7 on the New York Times bestseller list;’BillyBall’ with Billy Martin (Doubleday); and’Talkin’ Baseball: An Oral History of Baseball in the 1970s’ (Ballantine).Although retired as a sports writer for the newspaper, Phil Pepe continues to write and publish one or more books per year covering his lifelong passions; Sports, Baseball, and specifically the New York Yankees

Phil Pepe passed away at 80 yrs old.

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