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Home run slugger Sylvester Coddmyer III has an amazing secret. For three seasons, he’s been coached by men who look exactly like baseball legends: Babe Ruth, Eddie Cicotte, and Mickey Mantle. Are these men just impersonating famous ballplayers, as his friend Duane insists? Or are they from the “beyond,” as Snooky Malone believes? The mystery deepens in this fourth title of the exciting Home Run Kid series when yet another character from baseba...

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The exciting sequel to The Kid Who Only Hit Homers Sylvester Coddmyer III is a different player this season than he was the year before. Then, he hit homer after homer. Now, he’s lucky even to be in the starting lineup, let along get a chance at the plate. Then he meets a mysterious ex-ballplayer named Cheeko who offers him a few pointers. Suddenly, Sylvester is out of his slump…so why can’t he shake the feeling that there’s something fishy ab...

Sylvester Coddmyer III, star of The Kid Who Only Hit Homers and Return of the Home Run Kid, is about to face his biggest challenge yet. His second season with the Hooper Redbirds is over and he’s looking forward to the start of summer baseball. Then he sprains his right ankle in a freak accident. The sprain heals, but Syl soon discovers that his ankle hurts when he tries to bat. How will he hit homers-or even singles-when every swing means pain?