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Rachel Barenbaum::A Bend in the Stars
Armando Lucas Correa::The Daughter's Tale
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Robert Kravetz::Baby Boomer Baseball: True Stories from the Golden Age of the Game
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Get TicketsMonday, November 11, 12pm, JCC Auditoriums
JCC Member: $8    Non-Member: $10

Robert_KravetzRobert Kravetz

Baby Boomer Baseball: True Stories from the Golden Age of the Game
(Archway Publishing, 2019)

Did you grow up loving baseball in the 1950s and 1960s? Who was your guy? Was he Mantle, Mays, Koufax, Aaron, or another icon? Baby Boomer Baseball will take you back, capturing the “Golden Era” of baseball, when the fences were deeper, the ball was softer, the strike zone was larger, and the mound was higher.

Robert Kravetz became a passionate baseball fan at age 5, when he watched Willie Mays make his famous catch in the 1954 World Series. Proceeds from this book are donated to charitable organizations. Kravetz’s books are on the shelves in the Abner Doubleday Library at the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

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