Belle of the Ball

Belle of the Ball Belle Fortman is a feisty curious intelligent woman who is determined to break into a traditional world controlled by men who will go to extremes to exclude her professional baseball Against all odd

  • Title: Belle of the Ball
  • Author: Norman Keifetz
  • ISBN: 9781514453858
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback
  • Belle Fortman is a feisty, curious, intelligent woman who is determined to break into a traditional world controlled by men who will go to extremes to exclude her professional baseball Against all odds, she s determined to become the first woman umpire in the Major Leagues In this endeavor, she faces obstacles from setbacks in umpiring school to travails in her life andBelle Fortman is a feisty, curious, intelligent woman who is determined to break into a traditional world controlled by men who will go to extremes to exclude her professional baseball Against all odds, she s determined to become the first woman umpire in the Major Leagues In this endeavor, she faces obstacles from setbacks in umpiring school to travails in her life and on the field as she moves up the minor league system, from tank town sandlot games to Triple A, longing for an assignment in the Majors Along the way, Belle falls in love and runs into characters readers get to know so well that they ll feel they ve actually met them The author has the uncanny skill to make the strangest, most unlikely characters seem so compellingly real.

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