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by Patrick Robinson

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Each summer, on the fields of glorious Cape Marlin, off theNew England coast, the nation's best college players gatherto play the most important baseball of their lives.

Jack Faber is a young hotshot pitcher with an unhittable slider and a rocket for a fastball. He plays for the fabled Seapuit Seawolves and dreams of making the Big Show. But a new coach, the

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is one of the most uplifting books I have read in years. It is the first book in a long time that I did not want to put down until I finished.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was great. I wanted a book heavy on the baseball and didn't really like when they talked about the relationship between Ben and Natalie. I will admit a little more delving into Jack's personal life and thoughts would have been ok, but all in all I thought the book was excellent. I've already reread the book 4 times over the year since I got it last summer.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really wanted to like this book, since there are so few great baseball novels anymore. The premise was solid, but I felt the book was too long on game description and too short on description of relationships, emotion, etc.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thank you.I will be coming out with a new book called"LOCKER ROOM"hope you read it and enjoy it:)
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading this novel and I'm not even a baseball fan. Unlike previous reviewers I did not find this book long on the technical aspects of baseball and short on relationships. I thought there was a great balance of both to making this a great read. I'd reccommend it to all my friends baseball players or not. Professionalism in sports to my way of thinking has gotten totally out of hand with players of all sports only in the game for money. This book speaks to that very well and is about sport for the love of sport!