A Kid's Game: (a Baseball Fantasy) (Google eBook)
This book is dedicated to and written in loving memory of my wife. When I arrived in United States from Cuba in 1962, with my small family, I made a promise to myself that when I learned English that I would someday publish a book. This book is the realization of that promise. I freely admit that grammar and spelling is not perfect, but then neither is my English, yet, at the end of the day, this book is a promise that, by hunting and pecking on a keyboard, has been fulfilled, and for myself, a personal achievement.
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