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Big-League Break

by Mark Freeman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0345359054, Mass Market Paperback)

Well, it's official, sports fans! Roberto "Magic" Ramirez. Dave "DT" Green, and Glen "Scrapper" Mitchell have made it to the majors!

Soon after they got promoted to their pro clubs' AAA teams, our three Rosemont aces got the "bigs call." DT Green should end Boston's slow season start with his cannon shots. Chicago's Cominsky Park won't be the same after Mitchell bums up the infield. And Ramirez's fastball will more than make up for the surprise retirement of L.A. pitcher Ted Valenti.

Rosemont is proud of its rookies. Let's just hope the big time doesn't go to their heads ....

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:05 -0400)

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