Argumentative Essay: One In A Million Home Run

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One In a Million Home Run: On May 4, 2008, college softball player, Sara Tucholsky, hit her first ever home run. While running to first base, Tucholsky felt a pain in her right leg, in which she had torn a ligament in her knee. Since Tucholsky was unable to finish running the bases, players Mallory Holtman and Liz Wallace of the opposing team, decided to carry her to home plate. So, the question is, why did these two young ladies, Holtman and Wallace, help Tucholsky finish her most deserving home run? “In the end, it is not about winning and losing so much,” Holtman later said. “It was about this girl. She hit it over the fence and was in pain, and she deserved to finish.” Although this injury ended her career in softball, I’m sure that
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