Dugout Rivals

Dugout Rivals

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Peachtree Publishers

Jake Daley loves to play baseball and he does it well. In fact, he's considered the star of the team until the arrival of Adam Hull. After a few key homers, it looks as though Adam has stepped up to replace Jake as the main man. So, is this guy a one-man team? Do the other guys who show up to play count for anything? Fred Bowen offers a look at some big name players, Michael Jordan and Joe Montana for example, who played well but who needed the help of the supporting players to win games. It takes a whole team to win a game. Great message for today's young athletes who may be tantalized by the power of celebrity and the it's all about me attitude of some sports stars. 126 pages Ages 8-12

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