Baseball Tips

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Random House, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 91 pages
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The bestselling author of Angel Park All-Stars introduces a simple sure-fire system to help kids make the most of their baseball talents. The guide breaks down each baseball skill--hitting, base running, stealing, throwing, catching, fielding, pitching--into three easy-to-remember pointers. Includes over 50 clear illustrations.

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Contents

Introduction
iii
Bunting
16
Stealing and Sliding
27
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Dean Hughes was born in 1943 in Utah. He earned a degree in English from Weber State University and a Masters in Creative Writing and a PhD in literature at the University of Washington, in Seattle. He taught English at Central Missouri State University for eight years. Hughes left his teaching position to pursue a writing career full-time. Since then he has written over 80 books. He writes books for children, young adults and adults readers with subjects ranging from fiction to nonfiction to nonsense verse. He is the author of the Angel Park, Nutty, Lucky and Scrappers series. His most recent series is the Hearts of the Children. In 1994 he won an AML Award for Young Adult Literature for his title The Trophy.

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