Fulton Books author Belinda Cole-Schwartz has completed her most recent book "An Inside View of Negro National League Baseball: Told Through Humorous Short Stories and Wise Observations from an Elite Giant, Don Troy": a gripping and potent work that shares Don Troy's unique perspective, compiled by his daughter.
Author Belinda Cole-Schwartz discusses her work, writing, "Dad's baseball story begins as a fifteen-year-old kid playing ball with the Los Angeles Elites. He was officially recruited at sixteen by The Negro National league teams and Negro American League teams and at seventeen he chose The Baltimore Elite Giants, of the Negro National League from among the teams that had an interest. He said it was because they were good players and always respectful. Respect, a quality my dad appreciated and always emanated."
She continues, "I hope as you read these pages, you discover a greater understanding of baseball and particularly Negro League Baseball as played in the 1940s. I anticipate you will feel the joy of his friendships and often comical interactions with those involved in the game; as well as a chance to consider the pain and hardships that were inflicted on Blacks in the south during era of Jim Crow."
Published by Fulton Books, Belinda Cole-Schwartz's book brings the author's father's baseball stories to light, bridging history and humor through personal human connection.
Readers who wish to experience this original work can purchase "An Inside View of Negro National League Baseball: Told Through Humorous Short Stories and Wise Observations from an Elite Giant, Don Troy" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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