Saturday, October 25, 2014

Story #29: The 54th Out

31 comments:

  1. This was a fantastic story. I like how the main character overcame his mistake the previous year and the way that the author used that to end the story.

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  2. I don't know baseball, but a state champs sounds good no matter what, great story

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  3. This was a great story. I'm glad Dale's team won.

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  4. This was a really good story I'm glad he knew how to overcome his mistakes and win!!

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  5. Great story.~ Happy that Dale overcame his challenges so his t team won.

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  6. I like the author's form of writing. Good sports story.

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  7. I really liked the whole story! It was very descriptive and easy to follow!

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  8. loved that it was about baseball!!

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  9. I bet Dale's dad was pretty ticked about him giving up a walk-off home run the previous year. Good thing he redeemed himself, huh!? ;)

    Seriously, though, that would be pretty nice to strike out the state's best hitter on a change-up. Good story.

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  10. Loved the story- m=never stopped reading and I don't even like baseball!

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  11. Great story even though I was the one who hit the walk off home run

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  12. Very good story! It shows even if you let a home run or something go you can over come that and come back to win!

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  13. Go Dale!! Go Dale. Woot woot. Good story

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  14. I wonder who Dale Norman is.. hmmm... Great story!! Even though I don't understand Baseball very well x)

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  15. Great story "Dale" -_- lol Great job.

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  16. This was a really good story! I loved it. The names sounded pretty familiar!

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  17. Great story! I love myself a good baseball story! It was great!

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  18. Dale is Awesome, So glad that he got that final out this time! :)

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