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Maniac Magee Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 26 Summary

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Chapter 26 Summary

Usually, as Grayson tells him stories Magee holds a glove and ball. Soon the two are out playing catch and hitting fly balls on a regular basis. Grayson gives Magee tips and even shows him how to throw a stopball, a pitch so special that not even Magee is able to hit it. One fall day, Grayson again tries to convince Magee to go to school, and Magee replies that he is. Magee is referring to the fact that he reads all the books he has collected and learns from those. Two days later Grayson asks Magee to teach him to read.

Chapter 26 Analysis

If the stopball is as good as it is described then Grayson would have had no problem making it to the major leagues, if he had not done so poorly in front of the scout. It must be a good pitch if Magee...

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