Trolley Dodgers

Trolley Dodgers

by Jeff Stanger
     
 

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What do a sports reporter, a radio talk-show host and a Mary Kay Sales Director have in common? They're trying to buy the Los Angeles Dodgers. Follow the town of Bloomington, Indiana on its quest to buy the L.A. Dodgers and move them to the Midwest. You'll enjoy getting to know the funny residents of this college town as they come together to capture the attention of… See more details below

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What do a sports reporter, a radio talk-show host and a Mary Kay Sales Director have in common? They're trying to buy the Los Angeles Dodgers. Follow the town of Bloomington, Indiana on its quest to buy the L.A. Dodgers and move them to the Midwest. You'll enjoy getting to know the funny residents of this college town as they come together to capture the attention of the nation, turn the baseball world upside down, and pursue an impossible dream.

Editorial Reviews

Chris Cavallari
“Trolley Dodgers was a great read. What makes it so enjoyable is that I can identify with the characters. They’re loveable, regular guys who share a dream that most of us would love to do. I’ve been a baseball fan all my life, so any book having to do with the game intrigues me. This work of fiction almost seems real…quite a feat for a work of fiction. Kudos to the author.”
Ram Subramanian
The premise seems preposterous at first. The Los Angeles Dodgers are for sale, and media tycoon Roland Green is making a bid for the team. Not if Andy Bennett can help it, though. Bennett, a reporter, wants his town of Bloomington, Indiana, to buy the Dodgers, with everybody pitching in financially, much like the city of Green Bay did to own the Packers. And so begins Jeff Stanger’s enjoyable yarn about a small town and the big time world of Major League Baseball.

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Jeff Arnett
“I thoroughly enjoyed reading the galley proof of Trolley Dodgers. You did a great job of incorporating many of Bloomington’s great landmarks and characteristics. It was fun to see my hometown featured so prominently in a novel.”

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014412339
Publisher:
Blue Trolley Press
Publication date:
05/08/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
182
Sales rank:
982,295
File size:
0 MB

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