Geri Driscoll Strecker

GERI DRISCOLL STRECKER is a professor at Ball State University, were she teaches English and Sport Studies. As a 2011 fellow at the Virginia B. Ball Center for Creative Inquiry, she led a 15-credit seminar exploring Black Baseball in Indiana. That same season at the Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference in Indianapolis, she gave an impactful and powerful presentation entitled, “Black Baseball in Indianapolis during the Rise of the KKK.” Strecker has won three McFarland-SABR Research Awards, including one for her Fall 2009 Black Ball: A Negro Leagues Journal article, “The Rise and Fall of Greenlee Field: Biography of a Ballpark.”

 

SABR BioProject biographies written by Geri Driscoll Strecker

  • Grover Baichley
  • Joseph Coffindaffer

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