More than a decade on from the most wild and magical season in Semi-Pro Baseball history, take a look back at the fateful play—the culmination of an improbable season—which saw the Dragons win their very first championship, breaking a century-old curse in the process.
Did they have supernatural help? Here is the late Adrian Garrett's article—first published on the one-year anniversary of that championship—examining the Dragons' season of destiny, and the fateful play which capped it: The Live Ball Controversy.
A short story of about 2700 words.
|Publisher:||Alpert L Pine|
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About the Author
Alpert L Pine lives and writes in a small cabin, off the grid, in the Northwest United States. Once per week, he treks to the nearest town on foot—rain, snow or shine—and spends the day transferring his material into a digital format, with the help of the kindly librarians whom he has befriended. When he's not writing, he spends much of his time with a metal detector, looking for a rumored Templar treasure which is said to be buried somewhere nearby. To date, he's found a few nails, an old Liberty head penny, and a strange amulet. For free stories, news about past and future releases, and more, visit his website: AlpertLPine.com