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Shoeless Joe and Me (Baseball Card Adventure Series)

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Sholless Joe And Me By:Dan Gutman

There are 2 main charters in this story the first ones name is Joe Stoshack. Joe Stoshack can travel through time and went back in time to save Joe Jackson¿s career. The other main character is Joe Jackson he is a baseball player and is the best player. His highest scor...
There are 2 main charters in this story the first ones name is Joe Stoshack. Joe Stoshack can travel through time and went back in time to save Joe Jackson¿s career. The other main character is Joe Jackson he is a baseball player and is the best player. His highest score is .408. The plot of this story is that a bunch of people bet that the White Sox would lose so they paid the people on the White Sox 20,000 dollars each to lose on purpose. The setting of this story is 1919 at the World Series. It mostly took place in Joe Jackson¿s hotel. The theme for this story is never take money from someone to do something bad. you should always do what you think is right. I liked this story because I thought it was cool that Joe Stoshack got to go back in time and meet the greatest baseball player that ever lived.

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