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Luckiest Boy in the World

Every kid in America would love to be a batboy for a major league team, work for an NBA team, or be on the sidelines for an NFL team. Pat McBride is the only kid who was a batboy for the Milwaukee Brewers, a ball boy for the 1971 world champion Milwaukee Bucks, and worked in the locker room and on the sidelines for the Green Bay Packers, winners of the first two Super Bowls. He tells the story of escaping a very dysfunctional home and finding mentors in the world of sports who inspired him to go to medical school. McBride tells the story of meeting some of the most famous athletes and celebrities in the world, and eventually becoming a nationally recognized professor and dean at a medical school. Most importantly he learned to forgive, and became a successful father and husband with a wonderful and stable family. Come along and read the wonderful inside stories of the luckiest boy in the world!

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