Wild Pitch (novel)
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The story revolves around a boy who feels uncomfortable about girls playing baseball. When one of his pitches accidentally strikes a girl in the head, he feels guilty and begins to reconsider his feelings.
After visiting her several times in the hospital, and visiting her at her home, he begins to become friends with the young girl. The story follows them as they begin to become friends, respect one another and then eventually face off one more time on the baseball field.
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