A former Yankee pitcher and author of Ball Four teams up with the author of Eight Men Out and other books to deliver a novel of baseball that's filled with humor, the complications of love, and moral dilemmas--a story of two flawed men trying to reclaim their lives.
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Review: Strike ZoneUser Review - Pat - Goodreads
Real good. Every inning of a ball game, alternating pitcher and umpire. Includes flashbacks to their lives, not boring. Funny and enjoyable. Read full review
Review: Strike ZoneUser Review - Ryan Dilbert - Goodreads
Lots of tension and drama and baseball. However, Strike Zone features some of the worst writing ever. Despite the garbage prose, I finished this quickly and enjoyed it. Skipped some of the forced backstory and tensed up during the more taut moments. Read full review