Henry Brademeier can hit a baseball better than anyone ever has. He just can’t tie his own shoes. Then Lou Esposito, in town to scout a pitcher with a strong record, sees Henry take batting practice with the home team and hit every ball, every strike, every ball rolled to him or in reach over his head. Lou decides his bosses have to find out if Henry Brademeier’s capable of actually playing the game.
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A man struggles over his friend’s suicide; a single dad says goodbye to his bachelor’s pad; an old man learns to fish again; a son has a late-night encounter with his dad; a strange shop-owner seems stuck in the past; a woman remembers her grandfather. Memorable moments in everyday lives revealed in "Goodbye And Other Stories."
Ben Mondor made great sacrifices to keep the Pawtucket Red Sox in Pawtucket, RI. Only his passing left the team in jeopardy. The new owners could care less about Pawtucket. They're after popcorn sales. That's the only reason they're moving to Worcester, a proven graveyard for minor-league sports. And Ben IS "ROLLING OVER IN HIS GRAVE." So remind these new owners, it wasn't about a buck to Ben.