Challenge at Second Base

Paperback | April 1, 1992

byMatt ChristopherAs told byMatt Christopher

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CHALLENGE AT SECOND BASE Stan Martin's chances of playing second base seem next to zero at the start of the season. His rival for the position, Gary Newman, looks tough to beat. Stan loves baseball-maybe even more than his brother, Phil, who played pro ball until quitting suddenly the year before-but after experiencing a few setbacks, Stan is tempted to quit too. Then Stan receives a mysterious note telling him to stick it out-and soon Stan finds himself face-to-face with the challenge at second base.

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Stan Martin believes his chances for playing second base are next to zero because his rival for the position looks too tough to beat.

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CHALLENGE AT SECOND BASE Stan Martin's chances of playing second base seem next to zero at the start of the season. His rival for the position, Gary Newman, looks tough to beat. Stan loves baseball-maybe even more than his brother, Phil, who played pro ball until quitting suddenly the year before-but after experiencing a few setbacks, ...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:111 pages, 7.25 × 5 × 0.25 inPublished:April 1, 1992Publisher:Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0316142492

ISBN - 13:9780316142496

Appropriate for ages: 1

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Stan Martin believes his chances for playing second base are next to zero because his rival for the position looks too tough to beat.