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Transcript of The batboy
sports so that's why this book has a great appeal to me. Characters The main character is Brian Dudley a teenager that loves the game of baseball. Brian is a fun and enjoyable kid to be around especially if you love baseball. The significance he brings to the story he is the main character story and the book title is the bat boy which is his job. One of the many supporting characters is Hank Bishop a 40 year old former MLB player for the Tigers, that has been tested positive for performance in enhancing drugs. He plays a HUGE factor in the book because he is Brian's favorite baseball player and he has just come out of retirement to chase the 500 home runs that every players wants to have before they retire. A minor character throughout the book is a boy name Finn. Finn is also the other bat boy that works with Brian. So he is like Brian's co-worker with him. Brian and him workers together but they are great friend. He doesn't play big factor because he doesn't play baseball with Brian but they still like each other. The Character that is the most Minor is the dad. He is a baseball lover and former MLB pitcher. He has never really been there for Brian or actually cared for Brian through out the book. Setting The setting of the book happens most of the time at a baseball field that Brian is playing on or at Comerica Park where the Detroit Tigers play Conflicts One of the biggest conflicts in the book is when Hank is on 499 home runs he can't do anything but strike out and pop the ball up. When Hank couldn't hit anything people were doubting him. Another Conflict is that Brian since he has been focused on the Tigers he didn't have enough time to practice so he also just like Hank could only strike out. Connections The only connection I made was text to self. The text to self because Brian and I both love baseball and like to play baseball. Rating I would give this book a 8.5 stars out of ten. I would give it this reason because I thought it was written really good and the author could paint a picture in my mind. But they author would tend to change the subject and I would get confused at some points. who's it a good fit for It is good for people that like a good action and sort of dramatic book that has a lot of twists and turns. It is mostly made for middle school boys that like or play sports. Main theme The main theme of this book is about a kid that likes baseball. It is also about a old baseball player that needs some motivation. THE END