He wanted to play in the major leagues, but he had to be a good hitter to stay there. What can he do to come out of his slumps? This is the story of a baseball player whose treasure lay in playing in the major leagues. On the way to becoming one of the best hitters in baseball history, he paired up with Black Betsy, the biggest, meanest old bat in the game!
With such a terrific batting record, why isn't the name of Shoeless Joe Jackson in the Baseball Hall of Fame?
at the Bat"
Home Run by Robert Burleigh
Luckiest Man: Lou Gehrig
Season of Comebacks
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