The Natural - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Roy shows up at the game feeling as if he cannot hit the ball even without the money promised to him by The Judge. He hopes he will sit on the bench the entire game. Pop apologizes to Roy for benching him so long earlier in the season, telling him that if he had not done that, The Knights would be further ahead, and Roy tells him he feels weak and might not hit well. Pop tells Roy that he never hoped to win the World Series, but he does expect to win the pennant. He believes he is entitled to it, and then he will quit the game forever. Roy promises Pop he will do his best.

From home plate, Roy sees Memo and The Judge looking out a tower window that overlooks the baseball field. The first time at bat, Roy strikes out. So many...

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