Hit by Pitch: Ray Chapman, Carl Mays and the Fatal Fastball
"On August 16, 1920, Yankees pitcher Carl Mays threw a fastball that struck Cleveland Indians shortstop Ray Chapman in the head. Chapman, a star player, died the next morning. Hit by Pitch is a nonfiction graphic novel about these men, their lives and legacies, and the event that linked them forever"--Provided by publisher.
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