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Two Hot Dogs With Everything by Paul Haven
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Oct 14, 10

bookshelves: fiction, friendship, magic, sports, strong-male-character, texas
Read from October 10 to 13, 2010, read count: 1

Danny Gurkin is the down-trodden Sluggers baseball team's biggest fan. Danny's family has a history of strong support for the hometown team, but Danny believes the success of the team is totally dependent on him and the luck he creates by eating two hot dogs with everything before every game, by crossing and uncrossing his legs, by holding a pencil above his lips and other superstitions that Danny has worked into a fine science. But if the team is cursed can he really undo that? It all depends upon a history between two brothers, a caretaker of a mansion, some bubblegum, and Danny's own faith. This is a humorous take on baseball and superstitions and what it really takes to be a winner. And I tried to ignore the stereotypical wealthy Texans in the book who try to put an end to the Sluggers' good luck so the Texas Tornadoes can take control of the World Series.

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