The Brothers K - Book Four, The Left Stuff Summary & Analysis

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Book Four, The Left Stuff Summary

This section begins with a dissertation about Roger Maris's attitude towards the game of baseball, psyching out pitchers, and becoming famous. In Chapter One, Kincaid talks about his father's baseball career, and about the love his brothers had for the game. Everett wants to play well, but is only second rate. Peter is a gifted athlete, but is more interested in eastern religion than baseball. Irwin is talented but undisciplined, and is wooed into track by the high school coach.

Kincaid is a mediocre ballplayer, involved in the sport because of his brothers and his own love for the game. One day he is on his way to practice when he is stopped by a group of high school coaches, who ask about his older brothers and what they are doing in college. The coaches...

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