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It had been such a perfect day, Michael thought to himself. Him and Manny and Ellie Garcia, laughing and playing ball and inventing games and being happy to be on the field, and with each other. A perfect summer day when it was as if Michael could hypnotize himself, make himself believe that everything was going to work out right, that the Clippers would make it to Williamsport, that he and Carlos wouldn’t be found out before Carlos turned eighteen. That he and his brother would always be together.
Michael was able to picture it in his head because of all the times he had come and stood behind those blue barriers himself, hoping to get a look at El Grande, even four hours before game time, knowing El Grande liked to get to the park early when it was his turn to pitch. So Michael was fairly certain that El Grande Gonzalez was already inside the Yankee clubhouse by the time the Clippers and the rest of the kids on the far field at Macombs were playing their pickup game, one they had agreed at the start would be five innings.
And I can too talk to girls. ” “I’m talking about talking to girls you don’t know,” Manny said. ” “Do,” Manny said. ” Michael looked back over at the mystery girl. She was still there. “Let’s go, before she disappears again,” Michael said. The two of them started walking toward her. She didn’t run this time. 46 7 HER T-SHIRT READ: Girls Rule. Boys Drool. She said her name was Ellie. “Ellie Garcia,” she said, and then gave them a look Michael couldn’t read, as if she knew something they didn’t.
Heat by Mike Lupica