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The Boy Who Saved Baseball > Main Characters

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So, what do you think about the main characters of your book? State his or her name and then describe. What was he/she like in the beginning? Have you started to notice any changes taking place? What have been some of the most interesting or major events he/she has been involved with?


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Antwavon Williams | 3 comments My favorite main character is Cruz de la Cruz, because he's serious about the sport he plays and he has a good passion for the game of baseball. In the beginning he was all about basketball and he was a great hitter and leader. No he has not changed at all he still is very brilliant at base ball and still friendly to the team. The main thing was when he decided to come back to the team and do what he loved to do. He brought a winnable passion to the team.


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Andrew Thacker | 5 comments The main character in this book is Tom. He is a 12 year old boy who loves the game of baseball even though he isn't very good. He is a negative person. In the beginning he was confident about his plan to save the baseball field, but he didn't have the courage to tell Doc about his plan. So all his confidence vanished. His confidence shrunk even more when Doc told everybody that if Tom's team won, the field would be saved because the chances of winning are very slim. Then a kid named Cruz de la Cruz showed up, and gave not only Tom confidence, but the entire team. So Tom has changed multiple times throughout the book. Now Tom and Cruz de la Cruz are going to try to get the best baseball player to ever live to coach their baseball team in the big game.


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Antwavon wrote: "My favorite main character is Cruz de la Cruz, because he's serious about the sport he plays and he has a good passion for the game of baseball. In the beginning he was all about basketball and he ..."

Nice job. And that phrase "winnable passion." Nice.


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