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Baseball Joe of the Silver Stars

Lester Chadwick

Book Overview: 

"Baseball Joe" Matson has recently moved to Riverside with his family, in this opening volume of Baseball Joe series. Joe is a wide-awake country boy who enjoys playing baseball. We follow his career in the series, and his adventures, as he joins Riverside's local nine and makes good, playing the position he most enjoys - that of pitcher, are recounted here. When not on the diamond, Joe is assisting his father against foes who are trying to steal Mr. Matson's machinery patents.

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“Go on with your studying, Joe and Clara,” commanded Mrs. Matson with a smile. “Don’t dispute any more.”

“I was only asking Joe if he knew any nice boys,” spoke Clara in vindication. “I know how fond he was of playing baseball back in Bentville, and I was wondering if he was going to play here.”

“Guess I haven’t much chance,” murmured Joe half gloomily, as he drew idle circles on the back blank leaf of his book.

“Why not?” asked Clara quickly. “The girls say the boys have a good nine here, even if they were beaten last Saturday. There’s going to be another game this Saturday, and Helen Rutherford is going to take me.”

“Oh, yes, there’s a good enough team here,” admitted Joe. “In fact the Silver Stars are all right, but every position is filled. I would like to . . . Read More