Ty Diggs quickly works his way up the ranks of professional baseball, becoming one of the game's best at the age of nineteen in the novel Green Fields. However, on his path to success, Ty forgets where he started, those he loves, and the ideals he was taught as a child. On his journey back to his true self, Ty fights to re-connect with his past and make one final trip to the World Series. The inner-struggle endured by the main character in Green Fields is only part of the reason you will want to keep reading this manuscript. The story, which switches from third to first person, allows readers great intimacy and a unique perspective in consuming the upbringing and life of a professional athlete. Baseball games are described with detail and suspense to not only give readers a view of Ty's dominance of the game, but a feel of the sport as well. You'll be left wanting to know how the lessons Ty learns on-and-off the field ultimately affect his fate.
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