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Don Mattingly was a very hard person to write a book about The main reason was that it was so hard to find really good information about Don is because there are no books on him The only real good source I had was the Internet but that ended up being a good thing because the Internet ended up being a great source It wasnt as easy as you might think it is to decide The first thing I did was find all the information that I could find and I found a lot I found information about his childhood It talked about how he was the best player in his little league and was always a higher level then his peers The reason I didnt use this was because it was boring and wasnt as important to want the purpose of my book There were many unimportant facts that I found about his childhood that would have just been boring to kids I only found one fact about him in High School that is that he played basketball baseball and football I thought this was perfect because it really showed what a great athlete he was and it was very interesting I dont know any one in my school that plays all three sports on the schools team The next parts of information that I found was about him being drafted and what he did in the minors which are outstanding They including being named South Atlantic Leagues Most Valuable Player after leading the league in batting with a 358 average and hits with 177 in 1980 he was named the New York Yankees Minor League Player of the Year after batting 316 for the Double-A Nashville Sounds and leading the league with doubles 35 These were outstanding things that Mattingly did and I would have loved to say them but they would have been meaningless and boring to kids Some of the
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