Al Stump

Al Stump (1916-1995) was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado. During World War II, he was a war correspondent, and afterward he worked as a sportswriter for national and regional publications, including "Esquire", "The Saturday Evening Post", "True Magazine", "American Heritage", "Los Angeles Magazine", and "Sports Illustrated". He wrote--both independently and in collaboration with famous athletes--six books, including Ty Cobb's "My Life in Baseball", Sam Snead's "Education of a Golfer", ...See more