Squeeze Play: A Novel by Jane LeavySqueeze Play: A Novel by Jane Leavy

Squeeze Play: A Novel

byJane Leavy

Paperback | August 14, 2003

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Inspired by the author's career as a sportswriter for the Washington Post, Squeeze Play tells the story of female reporter A. B. Berkowitz, who is assigned to cover the men of the Washington Senators -- the worst team in major league baseball. Life in the locker room shows her not just the players'…um…assets but also their all-too-human frailties. Love for the game and love for the newspaper business are the stars in this hilarious and heartbreaking novel that "will have you singing a rousing chorus of 'Take Me Out to the Locker Room'"(People).

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Inspired by the author's career as a sportswriter for the Washington Post, Squeeze Play tells the story of female reporter A. B. Berkowitz, who is assigned to cover the men of the Washington Senators -- the worst team in major league baseball. Life in the locker room shows her not just the players'?um?assets but also their all-too-huma...
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Title:Squeeze Play: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.9 inPublished:August 14, 2003Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060567740

ISBN - 13:9780060567743

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“…does baseball mythology proud…the overall effect is that of a surreal parody, with a baseball team and newsroom that Mel Brooks might have assembled, where nobody and no activity is life-size, and where sex is a metaphor for baseball:you gotta play hurt.” (New York Times Book Review)