Cal Ripken Jr. recently released his third novel, “Wild Pitch.”
The story focuses on Robbie Hammond, a hard-throwing pitcher who must overcome hitting a batter in the head. Ripken says the story involves an athlete dealing with and ultimately conquering set-backs as they continue playing their respective sports.
Ripken will be signing copies of “Wild Pitch” at the Bel Air Barnes and Noble tonight at 5 p.m. He stopped by the ABC2 studios to talk to Charley about the book, its message and what it means to give back to the fans.
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