For the first time, an observant Jew has the chance to be a member of a professional baseball team, and not just any baseball team.
Pepsi Meyers — an 18 year old phenom with unprecedented talent — is drafted number one in the nation, by the New York Yankees.
But a life of Torah is the furthest thing from Pepsi's mind at the start of the season. Hailing from Binghamton, N.Y., he and his parents arrive in New York woefully unfamiliar with the traditions and tenets of Judaism.
Providentially, they rent a house in Riverdale next door to a family with young children, whose father just happens to be the Rabbi of the local Torah Center.
Pepsi's parents become enthralled with Torah and are drawn towards it. Pepsi's journey proves to be more complicated.
The Season of Pepsi Meyers is an exciting, edge-of-the-seat baseball story. But along with Pepsi, the reader will discover the underlying principles of the Jewish faith, and the sweet beauty of a Torah way of life.