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This is consistent with the nostalgic nature of this series, however, added to this one is a plot of a dying ballplayer and the friendship between the main character and his dying... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very enjoyable read. I read the Southpaw first and glad I did. Always like to read a baseball related book or two around opening day. Funny and touching. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Hurricane Al
The book was really long. I am not sure it could have been shorter.so much to say.loving baseball makes this book great reading.Published 11 months ago by Kindle Customer. bev ward
A truly great and moving book. Better than I remembered it . Be sure to read it frequently and often.Published 13 months ago by Neil N. Bernstein
This is a great book. I love baseball but this is a lot more than a baseball story. It is also written in a way that you are taken back to the early 50's when there were no... Read morePublished 13 months ago by topgun
Great read, not only for the story, but for the correlation to to life. Great stuff.Published 15 months ago by Pittsburgh Reader