Re: Wopper- How Babe Ruth Lost His Father and Won the 1918 World Series Against the Cubs.
Pigtown Now that the football season is in the rear view mirror, it’s time to enjoy a novel about one of America’s most endearing icons.
We are pleased to announce the release of Pigtown, an inspirational tale of a young Babe Ruth who grows from an incorrigible delinquent on the streets of Baltimore to baseball success in Boston where he becomes the best pitcher of his era. Pigtown reveals previously-undisclosed details about Babe’s formative years.
“If it wasn’t for baseball, I’d be in either the penitentiary or the cemetery.”
Enjoy Babe’s adventures and often-hysterical misadventures on his way to super-stardom as he experiences the slings and arrows of his first love amid personal tragedy and world war. On the eve of the 1918 World Series, his father is killed in a bar fight. Wopper explores his emotional turmoil as the Babe faces his greatest challenge.
Pigtown is volume 1 of the 3-part series entitled Wopper- How Babe Ruth Lost His Father and Won the 1918 World Series Against the Cubs. Subsequent volumes, The Show and The Series, will be released later in 2017.
This book is also available in a Young Adult version. Either or both versions of Pigtown may be purchased by clicking on this link and entering the code M-PWR