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by Tim Stafford,Dave Dravecky

eBook Dave Dravecky: He Had Made It to the Big Leagues, but Then the Doctor Gave Him the Bad News epub
  • ISBN: 0310586518
  • Author: Tim Stafford,Dave Dravecky
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Zondervan; First Edition edition (October 16, 1993)
  • Pages: 128 pages
  • ePUB size: 1518 kb
  • FB2 size 1642 kb
  • Formats rtf azw mobi lit


Dave Dravecky: He Had Made It to the Big Leagues, but Then the Doctor Gave Him the Bad News. Millions of TV fans witnessed Dave Dravecky's unforgettable comeback. Millions more will embrace his monumental story.

Dave Dravecky: He Had Made It to the Big Leagues, but Then the Doctor Gave Him the Bad News. Dave Dravecky: Comeback. Paperback: 252 pages.

Also published as "Dravecky Has Made Impact", Associated Press, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, October 13, 1987.

In the sixth inning, he started off shaky, allowing a home run to the leadoff batter and then hitting the second batter, Andrés Galarraga. Then, on his first pitch to Tim Raines, his humerus bone snapped; the sound of it breaking could be heard throughout the stadium. Dravecky collapsed on the mound  . Also published as "Dravecky Has Made Impact", Associated Press, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, October 13, 1987. Both retrieved from Google News May 23, 2013. Dravecky, Dave (2004).

Dave Dravecky was young, popular, celebrated and at the height of his powers when life threw him a curveball he never could have imagined. There is an inspirational tone to the book, as well as the wit and flavor common to baseball, when Mr. Dravecky gives anecdotes about teammates and managers and offers a few insider’s tips about the sport. The New York Times This is first a baseball book: details of his career are provided; the description of the comeback victory over the Reds is particularly effective. The other story here is one of a battle with cancer.

Other authors: Tim Stafford. He dreamed of making it to the big leagues

Other authors: Tim Stafford. Series: Today's Heroes. He dreamed of making it to the big leagues. And he did. But then, while pitching for the San Francisco Giants, Dave noticed a lump in his left ar. ancer!Surgery removed one half of the deltoid muscle in Dave's arm, and the doctor said he'd never pitch again. But with extraordinary faith and courage, Dave proved them wrong.

For best-selling author Dave Dravecky, worth was once defined by his career as an all-star pitcher in the Major Leagues-until he lost his arm to cancer. In this inspirational book, Dravecky speaks from a place of first-hand, personal experience with loss and setbacks. Examining the traditional benchmarks men so often define themselves by, including jobs, successes, setbacks, friendships, and families, Dravecky navigates a new path to self-worth based on Christian teaching faith-and compelling personal experience.

Tim has broken his leg and stays at home. I (visit) him tomorrow. 3. It’s Julia’s birthday today. She’s bought much food. She (cook) a lot. 4. - My bags are terribly heavy today. Оцени! Оцени! Спасибо 10.

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The All-Star pitcher discusses his career in baseball, his battle with cancer, and his faith in God
Comments: (3)
Najinn
My 6 year old nephew loves baseball. Trying to teach him to read and his daddy has been reading this to him. He wants to read all the way through. Need more books like this for children
Kirimath
I read this several years ago, and, as a librarian in a Christian school, I recommended it highly. Reading about real people of good character, especially inspiring people like Dave Dravecky, is a great way to teach children how to respond to some of life's hardships. Dave is open and honest in this real life account of the shock of a cancer diagnosis in his pitching arm. Some of his books for adults continue the story.
Haracetys
...i didn't like the book.. Lets just say I didn't get a feel for what it was supposed to mean.Im a straight A Student and i didn't like END
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