Hot-Corner Hank Author:Jackson Scholz A college baseball player usually considers himself fortunate if he is offered a professional job at any level. In this lighthearted sports story, however, Jackson Scholz writes of a star third baseman who insists on setting his own terms. Unless he can play with the major leagues, Hank Medini plans to give up baseball and enter his father's suc... more »cessful restaurant business.
Inevitably this preposterous demand is turned down, and then Hank finds that the desire to prove himself in baseball still gnaws at him. When the Quakers, a star-crossed team on the downgrade, offer him a contract as a last desperate attempt to achieve a winning status, Hank accepts. Faced with the players' understandable resentment of his inexperience and the pressure of an eight-week trail, hank meets the challenge head on.« less