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but began thinking that he owed it to the family of Gene Oliver to let them see the manuscript first. Welch had researched the 1965 Braves extensively. He knew Oliver had died in 2007. He learned Oliver had a daughter, Dana Schardt, who lives in Madison, and works as a nursing instructor at MATC.
Using real people in fiction is not unprecedented, but it gave Welch pause when he sent his manuscript away to a Texas publisher called Black Rose Writing, and word came back that they liked the novel and wanted to publish it. Welch was thrilled, Air Jordan 10 Grey Blue
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of Oconomowoc named Parlee and real life Braves catcher Gene Oliver. Friends since childhood, their reflections on life, aging and baseball are at the heart of the novel.
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