Grandpa Pitched For The Cubs by Elmer TownsGrandpa Pitched For The Cubs by Elmer Towns

Grandpa Pitched For The Cubs

byElmer Towns

Paperback | August 7, 2015

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A young high school pitcher named Noel Remle dreamed of playing baseball professionally - and it finally happens.A boy dreams of fame on the baseball diamond, but when he finally plays in a professional uniform, his inner struggle with another love - preaching - makes him hide his achievement from family and church. Why keep it secret? How did he do it?Noel accidentally killed a man who was raping a woman in a darkened alley in Chicago - strangely, it happened near Wrigley Field. He stopped the rape, but his index finger was shot off. The murder was covered up when Noel had an automobile accident driving away from the crime scene, but Night-Train Hatch, a dogged police inspector, finds Noel's the finger, promising to find the murderer.Noel struggles with himself, until his charade harms his pitching. Night-Train Hatch struggles with his obsession, but can't give up the quest to find the man with a missing index finger. Noel pitches for the Cubs, while Night-Train Hatch is closing the dragnet around his murderer. Will the Cubs finally make the World Series? What happens when Hatch meets Noel?
Elmer Towns is the cofounder of Liberty University, the largest private nonprofit university in the world. Towns is also a prominent Christian leader, author, and speaker on the principles of church growth, church leadership, Christian education, Sunday school, and prayer and fasting. He has authored over 170 books, eight of which are...
Title:Grandpa Pitched For The CubsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:340 pages, 8.98 × 6.14 × 0.48 inPublished:August 7, 2015Publisher:Heritage BuildersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1941437613

ISBN - 13:9781941437612