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THE BOY WHO SAVED BASEBALL

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A team of young ballplayers, who have the will but not necessarily the talent, can save the town's legendary baseball field from developers by winning one crucial game. Tom, a sensitive youngster who wants to be a writer, loves his town, the surrounding countryside, and that special ballpark. He records the ensuing events in his journal and, in a nice twist, ends by writing the opening paragraph ... Read full review

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I love this book it is inspiring to me and it might not to others and it is a really good book every kid in the world should read it maybe they will become a baseball player if thats what they want to dream about being when they grow up and I can tell a lot of people have respect for this book and they should have pride in themselves because if they want to become a baseball player then it is okay it is good when people dream about they want to be when they grow up or if they are a adult maybe they should be a baseball player if thats what they want to be. 

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For me this book is an okay book

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I really enjoyed this book while I was reading it. I could easily relate to many of the characters such as Tom and also admired the leadership and mature nature of Cruz De La Cruz. It seemed as if each chapter in the book held a secret message for me to unravel. If you are a baseball fan you will highly enjoy this inspiring tale of perseverance, strength, and teamwork.
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