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John updike essay on baseball
John Updike hit it out of the park, too - The Boston Globe
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John Updike hit it out of the park, too
John Updike was a great American writer who died very recently. Ted Williams was a great American baseball player who died not so recently. It is the stuff of MLB legend. When it comes to Ted Williams, the record can match the legend with ease. This from the Wikipedia entry on Williams:.
Coming across an article on the donation of John Updike letters to the Beverly Farms Library by his son Michael recently calls up fun memories associated with Updike and John Updike was considered one of the greatest American authors of the 20th century. Of all his writings -- 28 novels, hundreds of stories, poems, and essays -- his New Yorker essay, "Hub Fans Bid Kid Adieu," about legendary Red Sox player Ted Williams' final at-bat is probably the most well known.