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WEAPONIZED BASEBALL pre-pub date sale announced

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CHICAGO - Sherpa Multimedia is proud to announce the release of the next book in our pioneering educational sports series, Weaponized Baseball by Scott A. Rowan.

Weaponized Baseball: Declassified, Withheld Stories Reveal Baseball's Hidden Role in Geopolitics, International Military Action, Mental Manipulation & Mass Distraction is the follow-up book to Scott's previous book that uses baseball to share fascinating, factual moments where the sport changed the world and human evolution. In his previous book, The Cubs Quotient: How the Chicago Cubs Changed the World (2014), Rowan unveiled an approach to looking at global history that was unlike any sports or history book ever published. 

Though the official pub date is March 1 for Weaponized Baseball , sports fans can beat the crowds by getting a pre-pub date copy at SherpaMultimedia.com. Beginning MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, sports fans will be able to purchase a copy weeks before anyone in stores or at  Amazon.com.

We challenge any sports fan, history buff, librarian or fan of books to find another title comparable to what Rowan does with his line of educational sports titles. Using baseball as a vehicle to take readers on a trip that will forever change how they look at the world, Rowan has created a new way for sports fans to do the unthinkable: actually learn something worthwhile, global history, while enjoying amazing stories about their favorite sport, teams, players, and characters.

Learn more about Weaponized Baseball on its official page

In response to the overwhelming positive feedback from sports and history fans, Sherpa Multimedia is currently developing a podcast slated to launch later this year that is being created in the spirit of Rowan's ground-breaking educational sports book series. Stay tuned for more.

For more information, please contact:

Paul Johnson, Communications Director, Sherpa Multimedia.

paul [at] sherpamultimedia [dot] com

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