‘The Robot Baseball League’ By Daniel Tierney

A lonely orphan baseball-loving boy inherits a fortune from an uncle he’s never met. He hires a lawyer and fulfills a dream of building a life size baseball park, filling it with animatronic ball players and fans. But as his fortune dwindles the boy begins slipping into a psychotic state, finally believing that he is also a robot. A riveting story that warns of the dangers of fulfilling fantasies.

the potential dangers of fulfilling fantasies.

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