Freddie, the first baseman for the All-Stars, isn’t happy when the team loses to the Wildcats. He refuses to shake the hands of the other team members after the game, and is grumpy about losing. He gets in trouble at home for not using his manners, too. Coach Threads reminds Freddie that being a good teammate means being considerate of everyone—including the other team. When Freddie’s attitude changes, his teammates are happier, and he makes a new friend at the end of the game. By making the right choices, Freddie the first baseman learns the importance of being courteous and considerate, and of being a good example to the rest of the team.
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