PENNANT FEVER by Robert Sidney Bowen


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Johnny Kerr, son of a baseball champion, is determined to prove his mettle when he is dropped from second base position by a Big League Boston team. His comeback is slow and difficult as he undertakes to manage a remote Arizona team. As manager and third-baseman, he finds himself and wins an invitation back to the Boston team. Only fans and readers with a marked interest in the psychology of failure will be able to wade through the awkward writing of this book to arrive at its essentially interesting story.

Pub Date: Aug. 1st, 1960
Publisher: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard