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Ronald T. Waldo

Ronald T. Waldo is a baseball historian, author, and lifetime resident of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who has written eight books chronicling the great game of baseball’s storied history. His first book, Fred Clarke: A Biography of the Baseball Hall of Fame Player-Manager, was released through McFarland Publishing in 2010. Other books related to the Pittsburgh Pirates quickly followed, including a biography covering Hall of Fame outfielder Hazen “Kiki” Cuyler’s career and life, a look at the life, times, and baseball career of the great Honus Wagner through interesting stories and tales, and perspectives surrounding the 1902, 1925, and 1938 Pirates teams. Mr. Waldo’s latest literary endeavor through Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, titled Baseball’s Roaring Twenties: A Decade of Legends, Characters, and Diamond Adventures, was released in April of 2017. This work examines the baseball era of the 1920s, through stories and accounts connected to unique diamond characters and fascinating events from that time period. Baseball’s Roaring Twenties is a follow-up to Characters from the Diamond: Wild Events, Crazy Antics, and Unique Tales from Early Baseball, which was released in March of 2016 through Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. Besides possessing a deep passion for baseball history and the current state of affairs connected to this grand game, Mr. Waldo also enjoys following hockey, soccer, and football.

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