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Publisher's Summary

Grand slam! Inspiring baseball biographies for young fans

It’s the bottom of the ninth, bases are loaded, and your team is down by three - who do you want coming up to bat? Baseball Biographies for Kids answers this question and more!

Bursting with statistics and impressive feats from the greatest players of the last 60 years, this lineup of inspirational baseball biographies shows you what it takes to be a real MVP. Discover the ultimate dream team as you explore the best pros for each position. You’ll also get quick looks into some truly legendary baseball players and lots of fun facts!

Baseball Biographies for Kids includes:

  • Modern stars, real stories - from Cal Ripken, Jr., to David Ortiz, you’ll discover the players who truly defined the game.
  • Tons of stats - each biography includes critical info, including games played, ERA, hits, and more.
  • Draft your own all-star team - fill out the included starting lineup sheet with your picks for each position.

These baseball biographies really knock it out of the park for big fans and aspiring players!

©2020 Rockridge Press (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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  • chadrshaw1
  • 2020-12-06

Forgot a few greats

Listening to a book that covers all time greats but covers Chili Davis and excludes Al Kaline. Not sure that the narrative was objective in who was included, seemed to favor certain teams and exclude other teams. Bios were a little stat-heavy and not very personal. Couldn’t keep my sons attention.