In this autobiography William Howard Frindall talks openly about his cricketing journey both on the pitch and in the commentary box. He recalls some of the greatest moments he has witnessed along with some of the best cricket stories and strangest facts you will ever read. In 1996 he was selected as the statistician of the year by the Association of Cricket Statisticians and Historians and two years later in 1998 Bill Frindall was also awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Technology by Staffordshire University. Perched in the commentator box, he has watched as the game of cricket has evolved, not missing a ball bowled in any Test Match in England during his time. This entertaining autobiography captures the essence of an amazing career enhanced with photographs and packed with incredible stories; it is the perfect book for any cricket fan.