Here's the story of how Truckbox Al McClintock, a small-town greaser whose claim to fame was hitting a baseball clean across the Pembina River, almost got a tryout with the genuine St. Louis Cardinals -- but instead ended up batting against Bob Feller of Cleveland Indian Fame in Renfrew Park, Edmonton, Alberta.
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Review: Box SocialsUser Review - Jim Dewald - Goodreads
This is a great book. Modern poetry. Fun read. Read full review
Review: Box SocialsUser Review - Paul Heidebrecht - Goodreads
Thought this might get me in the mood for moving to Alberta but not so sure. Very similar style to Garrison Keillor but a little more depressing, at least in terms of the miserable life most people had during the Depression. No wonder people moved away as often as they came to the province. Read full review