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Unformatted text preview: was Stand.” “ Stan ?” “Stan,” the Colonel said. “Teddy came on his own, son. Because he was your pa” (Mosher 275). E.A realized after this conversation with the Colonel that Teddy came on his own will and not of the work the Colonel. Teddy wanted to be with his son and E.A realized it now. This resolves E.A.’s internal conflict because E.A. assumed that Teddy came by to teach E.A. baseball because he wished for somebody to teach him. He realized that only after he won the World Series that Teddy came to be with E.A. because E.A. is his son. Teddy also taught E.A. how to fight a bully. “Don’t wind up. Use all short punches. That’s it. Two left jabs to the schnoz, step, one right to the breadbasket, one more to the jaw. He’s done” (Mosher 94). E.A. was able to deal with two bullies three years older then him at the same time. After hearing about his dad coming on his own, E.A knew that Teddy loved him....
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- Spring '09
- Teddy, Major League Baseball, World Series, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox