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Author Robert McCammon’s New Book, “Walter Johnson Had No Idea,” is a Stirring History of the Author’s Family and Their Love of Baseball That Binds Generations Together

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Sullivan, IN, December 22, 2022 –(PR.com)– Robert McCammon, a retired teacher and coach, having spent forty-one years in public education in Indiana, has completed his new book, “Walter Johnson Had No Idea: A Life with Baseball”: a genuinely captivating story that follows generations of a family tied together by their enduring love and appreciation of America’s favorite pastime.

“A dirt farmer in Southern Indiana in the year 1924, chose to name his son after a famous baseball player who would someday enter the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown,” writes McCammon. “Little did anyone know at the time, including that famous player, just how much that decision would mean to that son and the generations to follow. That was the beginning of a love affair with baseball that would identify this family, a love that would begin with the Washington Senators and move on to Minnesota in 1961. Now five generations in, this family…

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