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Jan. 11, 2018
Ron Blomberg
Non-fiction: Sports
New York Yankees slugger Ron Blomberg became baseball's first designated hitter (DH) when he stepped to the plate in Boston on April 6, 1974. In A SECOND HELPING OF KIELBASA (Ron was a big eater) Blomberg discusses how he went about preparing for the DH role (which, naturally, included eating a lot) and will include stories he has never shared before, like how he used to place bets on horses for his teammates during games. There is also a serious side to the book as Ron argues for the election of designated hitters to baseball’s Hall of Fame. He will also profile his all-time favorite designated hitters.
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Ron Blomberg continues to be a huge favorite with Yankee fans and his appearances are always well attended in the New York area, including the book signings he did for his first book, DESIGNATED HEBREW.

His collaborator is Dom Amore, the award-winning sports reporter for the Hartford Courant who once served as the newspaper’s Yankees beat writer.

A chapter outline and sample chapter draft are available for review.
Robert Wilson
Wilson Media
P.O. Box 7027, Clearwater, FL 33758
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