“A Drive Into the Gap” is a story about baseball. About fathers and sons. It’s about memory and identity, and an insidious illness that can rob a person of both.
It’s also a detective story, an investigation into the improbable journey of a baseball bat from one of the most iconic moments in baseball history to a 12-year-old boy’s bedroom.
If you love baseball or good storytelling, you will love this book.
If, like me, you love both, then you're wasting your time reading these stupid reviews right now.