Places I Never Meant to Be: Original Stories by Censored Writers - Baseball Camp by David Klass Summary & Analysis

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Baseball Camp by David Klass Summary

About twenty kids at the camp were in the teens, the oldest group at baseball camp, and they sit between the dugout and the third baseline, trying to avoid eye contact with the large, menacing man talking about Ty Cobb being the best ball player ever. He stops to comment on how ugly they all are and to mock several of them before introducing himself as Paul Creese, the man who will be in charge of them for two weeks. Paul guarantees they will work their butts off, and though they will hate him, they have to believe in themselves in order to play baseball. By Wednesday, they all hate Paul, and though they talk of mutiny, they are all too scared to even talk back to him. After they lose a scrimmage to a...

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