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    Staff View. Reload Cover Reload Enrichment. In his normal life outside time travel, he lives in Louisville Kentucky and is friends with a baseball shop owner named Flip Valentinetti. Flip and his parents are among the people that know that Stoshack can go back in time.

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    Joseph Stoshack otherwise known as Joe is a poor boy from Louisville in Kentucky. He has always been obsessed with baseball cards and tried to collect them though it was very hard given that his family had practically no money to allow him such pursuits. He knows nearly everything about baseball but he is not a very good player, with striking out the only thing that he can do well.

    Everything changes when Amanda Young an elderly neighbor asks for his help in cleaning out the attic in her house in exchange for some money to buy his baseball cards. It is while he is cleaning the attic that he stumbles upon a Honus Wagner baseball card, one of the most valuable and sought after cards.

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    Before he can tell anyone about his find, Honus Wagner magically appears in his house to take him on an adventure in the game. Using his new found ability he travels back in time to the time of Honus Wagner for the World series, one of the biggest games of the century. His teacher told him to write about an athletic African American and he cannot find much useful information from the textbooks or the library.

    Luckily for him, he can travel back in time to meet Jackie Robinson. He experiences how difficult life was for an African American man in the years of racial segregation and intolerance.

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    He asks Jackie questions and then travels back to the present to write his essay from the answers he jotted down in his journal. But not everyone was terrible to him as Pee Wee Reese the team captain shows uncharacteristic kindness and respect to Jackie. Joe writes his report and gets an A from a very impressed teacher.