The Greatest Player Who Ever Played Baseball
You do not have to be a baseball fan to appreciate this “entertaining, humorous, historic” show that has been called “A walk down memory lane in baseball and American history.”
After a thirty-five year career as an award winning professional photographer in San Mateo, CA, Norm recreated his life at seventy, spent three years researching Cobb and was hired by the Detroit Tigers to perform the show in Lakeland, FL.
He has since performed at the Gerald R. Ford Library in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the Ty Cobb Museum in Royston, Georgia, the Masonic Temple in Detroit, and many cities across America and Canada.
Cobb was the first great American sports hero, first player elected into the Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, NY, a friend of presidents and baseball’s first millionaire player.
Coleman brings Cobb to life as he talks about his early days growing up in Georgia, his twenty-three year career in baseball, playing golf with his friend, President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and how he made his millions.
Cobb weaves stories about Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio, and how he achieved his success.
“Coleman has always performed his Cobb show with passion,” says David Dombrowski, President, Boston Red Sox.