The Entitled: A Tale of Modern Baseball

The Entitled: A Tale of Modern Baseball
Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark | pages: 336 | 2008 | ISBN: 1402212550 | File type: PDF | 14,2 mb
I wish it were longer, and that's something that I've rarely said about the baseball games I've covered in 30 years as a sportswriter. But it's how I felt while reading The Entitled, the new baseball novel by Frank Deford. The title covers the surface story. It's about a superstar named Jay Alcazar, a Cuban power hitter who makes a hard sport look ridiculously easy. Being entitled is part of the package: The money is huge, the women always available, the fans forever adoring or so it seems for Alcazar. So far, the book sounds like one big cliche. But what makes this novel as much fun to read as watching Gold Glover Omar Vizquel play shortstop is that the story is primarily told from the viewpoint of the candid and colorful Howie Traveler, Alcazar's manager with the Cleveland Indians.

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