Pitcher

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William Hickok Farrell stood on the top step of the dugout and surveyed the meticulously curried infield. In moments, Will would pitch the most important game of his Major League career--game one of the World Series. From the moment he could hold a ball, Big Bill, his dad and coach, had pushed him to the be the best. Now, he was about to achieve his lifelong dream. Dad would be watching. More
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Words: 4,370
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476124285
About Russ Durbin

Russ calls himself a "Pennsylvania Hoosier." Born and raised in Indiana, he has lived in Bucks County, PA, for 30 years. He began his career as a newspaper and broadcast journalist in news and sports. After a career in corporate communications, Russ has turned to writing fiction, specializing in short stories. Genres include westerns, sports, historical, romance, and character delineation stories.

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Review by: tjohns on Oct. 28, 2012 :
A story of angst, courage, and fulfillment; but more than that –a son that simply wants to make his father proud.
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Review by: Eric Corl on Aug. 14, 2012 :
Another outstanding effort from this author. This captivating short story is tough, heartfelt and exciting all rolled into one. Your knowledge of the game shines brightly as well. READER ALERT: Don't miss the epilogue; it's simply perfect.
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