Synopses & Reviews
Playing shortstop is a way of life for Hutchanot only is his hero, Derek Jeter, a shortstop, but so was his father, a former local legend turned pro. Which is why having to play second base feels like demotion to second team. Yet thatas where Hutch ends up after Darryl aD-Willa Williams, the best shortstop prospect since A-Rod, joins the team. But Hutch is nothing if not a team player, and heas cool with playing in D-Willas shadowauntil, that is, the two shortstops in Hutchas life betray him in a way he never could have imagined. With the league championship on the line, just how far is Hutch willing to bend to be a good teammate?
The author of the #1 "New York Times" bestseller "Heat" returns to America's favorite pastime of baseball and delivers a feel-good story that shows how love of the game is a common language fathers and sons speak.