Phillies legend Dallas Green will be back in Philadelphia to sign copies of his autobiography titled "The Mouth that Roared: My Six Outspoken Decades in Baseball" Sunday at Citizens Bank Park.
The event is scheduled to start at noon, according to a team press release.
In "The Mouth that Roared," Green tells his story for the first time about many aspects of his more than 60 years involved with the game of baseball.
He goes into detail about his many stops along the way as a player, manager and general manager.
Among the many baseball topics he covers is the 1980 World Series champion Phillies and the infamous Larry Bowa-Ryne Sandberg trade.
Green doesn't limit himself to just baseball, however, as he also touches on the loss of his granddaughter and how baseball helped him cope with the tragedy.
Green will be signing copies of his new autobiography next to the NewsStand, which is located on the main concourse behind section 111 in Citizens Bank Park.