what is troy so bitter about when it comes to baseball, what does he blame for the loss of his dream

Act 1, scene i (pg 1-20)

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Troy is a tragic-hero; he is dedicated to a fault to providing for his family and to making sure his sons have better lives than he has had. He was once a great baseball player in the Negro Leagues, but he was too old to join the Major Leagues when they were integrated. He blames the loss of his dream on racism.