Robert W. Cohen was born in the Bronx, New York in 1956. He grew up just a few miles from Yankee Stadium, a huge fan of the New York Yankees. After spending many years working in a large corporate environment, he began writing professionally in 2004. His first published work, "A Team For The Ages: Baseball's All-Time All-Star Team" clearly reflects his great love of the game of baseball, and also his vast knowledge of the sport. A sports historian, Robert has appeared on numerous sports-talk radio programs around the nation to discuss his previously published works. His first non-sports book was released in December of 2008. A labor of love, "My Life With Rusty" describes the unique 14-year relationship he shared with his first cat, Rusty, who he lost to cancer in February of 2003. Robert returned to his primary area of expertise in his June 2009 release entitled "Baseball's Hall of Fame - Or Hall of Shame?" - the most comprehensive book ever written on the Baseball Hall of Fame. His latest work,"MVP," was released in August 2010.