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Centerfield Ballhawk

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Baseball player José Mendez worries about his poor performance with the bat and fears disappointing his father, a former ballplayer with an outstanding batting average.
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Jose Mendez is the best fielder on a baseball team, But that's not enough for him. He wants to be a great batter, too, just like his father was when he played in the minor leagues, But every time Jose picks up the bat, disaster strikes.
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