Named the "season's best baseball book" by the Chicago Sun-Times, critics across the country cheered this stirring account of the life of the late Tony Lucadello, the legendary scout who signed fifty future Major Leaguers including Mike Schmidt. Now available in paperback.Named the "season's best baseball book" by the Chicago Sun-Times, critics across the country cheered this stirring account of the life of the late Tony Lucadello, the legendary scout who signed fifty future Major Leaguers including Mike Schmidt. Now available in paperback.Read Less
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