We are family

Montville, Leigh
September 1992
Sports Illustrated;9/28/92, Vol. 77 Issue 13, p38
Profiles Marquis Grissom, centerfielder for the Montreal Expos. Grew up with 14 siblings; Leads major leagues in stolen bases; Family background; Originally considered football; First drafted by the Reds; Big bonus money from the Expos; A discouraged rookie; Everything changes; Goals outside of baseball; Large family life style; This is Grissom's time.


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