In The Last At-Bat of Shoeless Joe (Chickadee Prince Books), Granville Wyche Burgess ’69 introduces a young textile mill worker in 1951 South Carolina with dreams of playing in the big leagues. When his only shot at making it rests with Shoeless Joe Jackson, implicated in the Black Sox scandal of 1919 but who always maintained his innocence, it takes Joe’s wife and a lot of convincing for Joe to get back into the game.