The Adventures of Chip Doolin – Free from Amazon Kindle Store

The Adventures of Chip Doolin by Neal D. Bogosian and David Saad is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received a perfect 5 out of 5 stars based on 14 customer reviews.  You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in into your computer’s web browser.

Category: Children

Before Babe Ruth, there was Chip Doolin! Set in 1909, The Adventures of Chip Doolin are the improbable and humorous tales of a farm boy from Somewhere, Virginia, who has few life tools and an abundance of raw talent, who becomes the starting first baseman for the 1909 Detroit Tigers. It soon becomes apparent that the fate of Chip Doolin is a blessed one – heroics and home runs are part of his destiny. The stories chronicle Chip’s subsequent adventures on and off the baseball diamond, including his courtship with “Eleanor Ferris, the blue-eyed daughter of Mr. Ferris, whom Chip had fancied ever since he knew about the bond between a man and a woman.” Chip’s follies are often amongst some of baseball’s most prominent and colorful luminaries including Ty Cobb, Sam Crawford, Walter Johnson, Nap Lajoie, Tris Speaker, Rube Waddell and Hughie Jennings, with cameo appearances from the likes of famed boxer John L. Sullivan, President Willam Howard Taft, and famed writer, Ring Lardner. The stories are sure to warm the nostalgic hearts of baseball fans young and old.
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