‘TOMMY AND ME’ BY RAY DIDINGER….AUGUST 8-26
TOMMY and ME
By Ray Didinger
An autobiographic that recounts a seminal time in Ray Didinger’s life as he helps his life-long hero, Tommy McDonald reach his goal of getting into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
AUGUST 8TH until AUGUST 26TH, 2018
Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30pm|Saturdays at 2pm and 7:30pm|Sundays at 1pm and 5pm
Tommy and Me, by Ray Didinger. The play is autobiographic and recounts a seminal time in Ray Didinger’s life as he helps his life-long hero, Tommy McDonald reach his goal of getting into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
- Tommy McDonald is a Hall of Fame football player.
- He was in the NFL for 12 years as a wide receiver.
- He was drafted by the Eagles in 1957 and played on the team until 1964.
- He was instrumental in taking The Eagles to the 1960 NFL Championship game, played at Franklin Field in Philly.
- The Eagles won against the Green Bay Packers coached by Vince Lombardi.
Ray Didinger is an award winning sports writer. Among his many distinguished acknowledgements, he won the McCann Award which is presented by the Pro Football Writers of America (PFWA) in recognition of long and distinguished reporting in the field of pro football. He also won six Emmy Awards as a producer and writer with NFL Films. He is the author of eleven books on sports, including his three most recent bestsellers: The Eagles Encyclopedia, One Last Read, and The Ultimate Book of Sports Movies. Among his many media outlets, Ray is currently a host on 610-WIP all-sports talk radio, and appears on Comcast SportsNet TV as the primary analyst on Eagles Post-Game Live.