Sitting on Top of the World

By Craig Wynne

Sitting on Top of the World   Daniel Trevor choked up on his wooden Louisville Slugger and held it back as he glared at Ian Huey, Roscoe’s pitcher, with intensity. With two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, Blue Valley and Roscoe were tied at four apiece. Huey threw the pitch. ZOOM! It missed Daniel’s thigh by about an inch as Daniel leaned back from the plate. He was fourth in the division in walks because he just didn’t believe in swinging the bat on impulse. “Ball one!” the loud, scratchy voice yelled


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