Hitting the Aaron Way: Baseball's Greatest Home Run Hitter Teaches Youngsters How to Hit

About the Book: 
"Hitting probably gives the most pleasure of all baseball skills, and it's what I've experienced and learned about hitting that I want to share with you in this book" (p. 11) A bat is to "a batter as an ax is to a woodsman or a scalpel to a surgeon. The skill of a man wielding an instrument is the key factor..." (p. 14) Figures depicting where to place one's hands on a bat, chapter on "stance, stride, strike zone." "Baseball isn't played just on the battlefield; it's played in the players' heads and hearts." Ends with "Hank Aaron Record Book," dozens of records from National League and Major League.
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127 pages
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