Baseball Genius (Jeter Publishing) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-04-25 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" Good for what it is, ends a little abruptly. Seriously people do you think that middle readers don't want a little resolution??! Perfect for what I need it for, 5th grade outreach. " said.

" Where was this book when I was in fifth grade? A terrific baseball story with many insights into the major leagues (co-writer is Derek Jeter) including the geography of a modern ballpark. Excellent 21st century characters (strong female, mixed race main character, financial insecurity) without anything feeling forced. Terrific plot with twists and turns. With 15 pages left, I was wondering how Tim Green could possible tie it all up. The answer . . . a sequel will be forthcoming. " said.

" For those boys and girls who are into sports, especially baseball, this book will have strong appeal much the same as Football Genius. Same idea, different sport. I don't often read sport books but decided to step outside my comfort zone. A good story, somewhat unbelievable. But, it is just that - a fictional story. Enjoy it for what it is and think of the possibilities. A good recommend with action and a plate of calamari on the side. " said.

" BaseBall Genius was a great book and the characters were great and unique. I didn't care that it was about the Yankees it was still a great book. I would recommend it to anyone who likes baseball. " said.

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Jalen would love to be on a travel baseball team, but he doesn't have the money to join. He and his Cat decide they will break into her neighbor James Yaeger's yard and steal his baseballs, which he sells because he is famous and people will give him a lot of money for the balls that he can donate to charity. They get caught, but manage to escape. Unfortunately, Cat's mom invites Yaeger to her birthday dinner, and he recognizes Jalen. Yaeger is in danger of being fired after an injury, but Jalen thinks he can help. Jalen has the crazy ability to be able to tell what pitch is going to be thrown, and Yaeger agrees that Jalen can help. There are other things going on in Jalen's life-- his father works very hard to keep the Starline Diner running, but times are hard. Yaeger agrees to tweet about the food there to help out, but after a disastrous fire, things are even dicier. Can Jalen manage to help Yaeger and his father? And what will happen to his own baseball career?
Strengths: Perfectly fine story. I liked Jalen's father, and Cat was a strong character. Good sense of place, enough baseball to keep fans happy, fast-paced story.
Weaknesses: Confused as to this partnership: Green writes plenty of baseball stories on his own. It read much more like a Green story than like Jeter's The Contract, which is much more message heavy.
What I really think: I'll buy, although I wish it were about football. Baseball players seem more academically inclined and write more books! Green's football titles are always more popular.
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