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This story is about little league baseball in the 1960s in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania and the good positive effect it had on the community life despite all of the racial tension between the whites and the blacks.
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Norman V. Colbert will always remember the thrill of being a baseball and football player, with his father instilling the right plays. The first feeling of being close to a champion baseball player led him on to the wonderful world of knowledge in writing. He became interested in writing while attending a college English class, where writing short stories was a requirement. His teacher encouraged him, stating he should continue to practice in this field. His works include: Streets of Death inside the Black Community Ghetto Gangsters Dont (A Movie Manuscript) Norman V. Colbert has umpired many Little League Baseball games and refereeing high school basketball games is a part-time passion. This book, written with the intention of enhancing childrens imaginations, especially those wishing to become great hockey champions and making realities out of fantasies. This book will enhance all of their imaginations. A Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, resident for more than forty years, Colbert has four children: Jamal, Jacquet, Jabbar, and Jamia. Actively involved in the Shadyside Boys and Girls Club and the Pittsburgh Urban League, he also devotes his time to freshwater fishing and to helping the African-American Community survive.
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