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In the small town of Champlain, Vermont, owner Roy Leary hopes to see one winning season of his minor league team - the Galaxy - before he dies. He attracts a former major league star Bull Dozier to his team. But the season that unfolds is something that no one could have predicted. Two of his daughters conspire to take the team from him. Leary begins showing signs of dementia. Will the team finally capture the crown? A story for baseball lovers, The Last Inning is also a poignant contemplation on how life ends and how to find meaning in the time that is given to us between the first and last outs.

©2014 William Graham (P)2015 William Graham

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  • 07-09-2020

Enjoyable Story

To me this was an enjoyable minor league baseball story which takes place in Vermont and the sports reporter who covers the team

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  • jmuccelli
  • 14-08-2020

Good Baseball Story

Good minor league baseball story about a lifelong Red Sox fan, who's lifelong dream was to be a sports reporter covering his beloved Boston Red Sox, but he ended up never leaving Vermont, where he grew up, and he ended up being a sports writer for a Vermont minor league baseball team for many years, Good story, it's a fast quick easy read, or listen on Audible for 1 hour

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