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Ray Kinsella a baseball fanatic wandered to New Hampshire to find the novelist JD Salinger the man the mysterious voice had instructed him to find Salinger a retired novelist did not trust Kinsella a strange farmer from Iowa who was going to take him to a Red Sox game Kinsella had got orders from the mysterious voice to take Salinger to the game where they would get their next instructions Throughout their travels Salinger and Kinsella try to solve the riddles of the mysterious voice and go to Kinsellas baseball field But in his head he heard If you build it he will come and Ray kept hearing that in his mind and he asked his wife and son if they heard that and they said no But the next night Ray hears that same voice If you build it he will come and Ray who was the biggest fan of Joe Jackson who was ban from baseball for gambling on the world series that he was playing in saw his hero in a Black Sox uniform from the early 20s and he also saw the whole Black Sox team playing in his cornfield So Ray wanted to see his hero and favorite team back in action so once he heard that voice again he got all the supplies and cut all the corn down and made it into a nice beautiful baseball field just like the one he admired played on Once it took about 6-7 months to build the baseball field to grow back the grass for the outfield and to pad the infield with dirt and the mound and also make bleachers for Rays family to watch he saw these ghosts of Black Soxs started appearing on his field and they were playing catch and hanging out and talking He grabbed a glove from his house and went onto the field and played catch with his hero and that was the greatest
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