Good Field, No Hit (Blue Sox, Book 1)
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Good Field, No Hit (Blue Sox, Book 1)

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In this first book about the Blue Sox, can a player who is a great fielder be more valuable to a team than a classic power hitter?
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published 1947
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The very first book about the Blue Sox baseball team - the story of determined Johnny Madigan, who longs to "stick" with a major league baseball franchise, not only for himself but for his biggest fan, his younger brother Buzz. This book addresses the age old question: is there a place in sports for the steady, hard working but not glamorous player or do management and the fans only appreciate home run hitters? In this book, the flashy player with the bad attitude is a "college boy," who even hi...more
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Duane Decker wrote a beloved series about an imaginary major league baseball team called the Blue Sox from 1947 to his death in 1964. During World War II, he served as a combat correspondent on the Leatherneck, the official Marine Corps publication. An enthusiastic baseball fan, his books have been enjoyed by thousands. He was a graduate of Colgate University.
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