The Cup of Coffee Club: 11 Players and Their Brush with Baseball History

The Champion of Coffee Club shares the tale of eleven men who played in just a single major league baseball game and how they responded to the eartache of never making it back. Featuring exclusive interviews with each of the layers, their insight provides a unique look into the truggles of being a professional ballplayer. Reaching the major leagues is a pipe dream for most young baseball players in America. Very few ever get to live it out. While many that do make it to the big leagues stay there for a ong time, there are just as many that are only there for a brief moment. A select few of those players face the elation and frustration of getting to play in just one major league game. The Champion of Coffee Club: 11 Players and Their Brush with Baseball History tells the tale of leven of these players and their truggles to reach the major leagues, as well as their struggles to get back. They include a former Major League Baseball manager, the descendant of a Baseball Hall of Famer, and two different brothers of Hall of Fame. Exclusive interviews with each of the players provide insight into what that single seminal moment meant and how they dealt with the low of never making another major league appearance again. Spanning half a century of baseball, each player 's journey to Major League Baseball is distinct, as is each of their responses to having played in just a single game. The Champion of Coffee Club shares their unique perspectives, providing a better knowledg of just how special each major league game can be.
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Published March 11th 2020 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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