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September 30, 2010

Finding Salvation in Cardboard Gods

In his new memoir, Josh Wilker writes about how his childhood was shaped by his love of baseball and the player cards that offered entry into the game.

Eric Yun

In 1973, Josh Wilker's parents accepted Tom, his mother's boyfriend, into their house. Josh's father spent the days working to provide for his family and slept on a foam mat in a spare room. Think that's weird? It was the '70s. As Josh notes, major leaguers Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson once swapped their entire families.

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