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The Southpaw

The Southpaw

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With The Southpaw, novelist Mark Harris begins the remarkable saga of a gifted baseball pitcher named Henry W. Wiggen, which would unfold in four novels over the course of some 27 years between the publication of The Southpaw (1952) and It Looked Like For Ever (1979). Harris frames The Southpaw in an irresistible way, letting the fictional hero Wiggen "tell" his own

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The Southpaw (Second Edition) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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The Southpaw is an entriguing tale of a young baseball player who faces both internal and external conflict. This is by far the best baseball book I have ever read and I recommend it to all teenagers or anyone with a passion for baseball.
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Hi my name is james melillo and i am a 16 year ols student who attends Staten Island Academy. I read this book for a research paper that i had to do for school. i normally do not like to read but i found this book excellent and i was always reading it. I recommend this book to anybody who is an avide sports fan. It was great