Doc Stull's Spoken Word Sports Shorts
Series produced by Richard Stull
Image by: Danielle DeMartini
Original spoken word stories and personal reflections from Doc's from Doc Stull's Sports Today and in the Day.
This is a sub-series of original spoken word stories and reflections that are part of Doc Stull's Sports Today and in the Day series.
A ten year old summer camper runs and loses the race of his life.
Slain in the timeless spirit of "The Zone," a university professor tries to get the message across about the the transcendent meaning of sport.
Two highly-competitive best friends in college discover the meaning of "a man's gotta be who he is."
A young boy and his father witness an epic home-run by Willie Mays, and later in life learns a greater poetic truth about his memory.
Ancient Greek and post-modern verse.
Lonely basketball practice late into the night contrasts the high school gym wars with a demonic teammate with a desperate will to win.
A large football player with the footwork and soul of a matador tells his amazing story to his professor during office hours.
An impressionable high school student witnesses a small act of grace on the basketball court involving the legendary college basketball coach John ...
An old boxing coach teaches a junior high school kid that one can't avoid the body blows - or the psychological pain to come later in life.
Height-challenged basketball player experiences the underdog alchemy of 1969's improbable year in professional sports.
Best friends in first grade trade Mantle for Mays baseball cards in a Berkeley schoolyard during a magic year of innocence before the storms of soc...
A physics professor doubts his own abilities in a board breaking demonstration and channels the ultimate marital artist for guidance.