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STEVEN K. WAGNER is the author of five books. He began his career as a newspaper reporter, working as an assistant bureau chief for the legendary wire service United Press International before joining Oregon's largest daily newspaper, The Oregonian, as an editor. He then moved to Los Angeles and began working as a freelance writer. Mr. Wagner's writing and photography appeared in the Los Angeles Times for 15 years and he has completed freelance assignments for the New York Times, Los Angeles Times-Washington Post News Service, Portland  Oregonian, Oregon Journal, Oklahoma City Oklahoman, Seattle Times, Baseball America and others. His newest book, Bronx Eepitaph: How Lou Gehrig's 'Luckiest Man' Speech Defined the Yankee Legend , was released in 2023 by State Unversity of New York (SUNY) Press. He also has authored Game Won: How the Greatest Home Run Ever Hit Sparked the 1988 Dodgers to Game One Victory and an Improbable World Series Title (Sunbury Press, Pennsylvania); The Four Home Runs Club: Sluggers Who Achieved Baseball's Rarest Feat (Rowman & Littlefield, Massachusetts); Seinsoth: The Rough-and-Tumble Life of a Dodger (Sunbury Press); and Perfect: The Rise and Fall of John Paciorek, Baseball's Greatest One-Game Wonder (Breakaway Books, New York).  Mr. Wagner resides in Southeast Pennsylvania.