Pray for Rain: A College Baseball Story chronicles the fictional senior year of R.J. "Squat" Hansen, a back-up catcher on the University of Michigan baseball team, as he struggles to deal with the impending end of his baseball career and reconcile with the girl he loves.
"Game-Day Goddess: Learning Baseball's Lingo" documents the action you'll see on television or hear on the radio, or in the stands, and the essentials of the game. A handy reference covering the most important phrases and words used in today's game at the pro and college level, this concise dictionary features simple entries.
Set as it was against the backdrop of the 1981 major league players’ strike, the story of the battle for the President’s Cup in Virginia's Valley Baseball League between the New Market Rebels and the Winchester Royals epitomizes that mix of glory and poignancy that produces such passion in those who love the game.
An inspiring and easy read at only 7,000 words (14 pages).
This is the Tomatoe.inc's first super mint novel. Tomatoes in July is a creation of the author's which combines his thoughts through a variety of narratives. There's more than enough vocab abbrevs, so try to keep up! This is summer! This is one boys Wild July from 3 perspectives. Ps It's very ADD friendly! No Adderall necessary! Get your copy today! YODO!
This book, a four part chronicle beginning with my freshman year and culminating with senior year, offers an insider’s view into the life of a college athlete. As I share my experiences on the baseball diamond, in the classroom, and up in the dorm room, the entire college baseball experience comes to life in this personal "Road to Omaha".