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1、Miltie Math-head Takes the MoundA Reading AZ Level Y Leveled BookWord Count:2,479Visit www.readinga- for thousands of books and materials.www.readinga-Miltie Math-head Takes the MoundWritten by Jeffrey Fuerst Illustrated by Joel SnyderLEVELED BOOK YWritten by Jeffrey FuerstIllustrated by Joel Snyder

2、Miltie Math-head Takes the Moundwww.readinga-24Glossaryabysmal very bad(p.5)calculations working things out using math(p.16)computations calculations(p.6)decimals fractions,or parts,of numbers(p.5)dibs slang for claiming exclusive right to something(p.8)earned-run a baseball statistic that reflects

3、a average(ERA)pitchers success rate(p.6)ego ones idea of oneself(p.5)lowest the smallest number that can be common divided exactly,without a remainder denominator(p.5)mound the raised ground a player pitches from(p.6)ratio a comparison between two numbers or quantities(p.6)statistician one who recor

4、ds the number facts of the game(p.5)substitution an exchange(p.17)thousandths three places after the decimal point place(p.5)ump(umpire)one who officiates a baseball game (p.8)windup the movement a pitcher goes through before releasing the ball(p.21)2423“Strike three!”cried Old Man MacGruder.“The Hi

5、lltop Aces win.”Dibs!We were going to lead the Founders Day parade all because of Miltie Math-head.“Miltie,Miltie,Miltie,”the team shouted,as we carried him around the bases in a victory lap.“Thanks,but I couldnt have done it without all of you,”said Miltie,his ego looking just about the right size

6、again.“And,of course,math,”I added.“Actually,Dan,this time I used psychologytheres a lot more to pitching than just throwing strikes.”Miltie Math-head Takes the Mound Level YMiltie Math-head Takes the MoundLevel Y Leveled Book Learning AZWritten by Jeffrey FuerstIllustrated by Joel SnyderAll rights

7、reserved.www.readinga-CorrelationLEVEL YT4040Fountas&PinnellReading RecoveryDRA233Table of ContentsMiltie Pitching?.4The Secret League .7The Losing Streak .11Can a Fatball Help?.14Pitching Changes .17The Final Pitching Change .20Glossary .24Miltie Math-head Takes the Mound Level Y22“If youre such a

8、hot-shot,Math-head,then throw the next one over the plate.”“Okay,”said Miltie.The minus side of playing for dibs in our special,secret baseball league is that if you talk about what happens,then adults and other people will end up knowing about it.Then there would be trophies and names in newspapers

9、,and marching at the head of the parade wouldnt mean that much.So we never talk about what happens,and thats too bad,especially when what happens is the stuff of legends.So,even if you live near Cobb County,you probably wont hear how Miltie,being a straight-up guy,did exactly what he told 618 hed do

10、.He fired a strike right over the plate.He just didnt throw the type of strike 618 was expecting.You see,Miltie threw his fastball.I still think Jimmy could have run from the mound to the plate faster than the pitch,yet compared to the bloopers Miltie had been throwing,his fastball actually seemed f

11、ast.The 618 Express,laying back for the blooper with his bat held low,simply couldnt adjust his swing in time to catch up with Milties fastball.4Miltie Pitching?If you live anywhere near Cobb County,you probably know my pal Milton Meyers as Miltie Math-head,boy-math-whiz-and-football-hero.He took ou

12、t a rushing linebacker the size and speed of a runaway train in a championship football game that led our team to victory.How did a little guy,who admits to having two left feet and ten left thumbs,do it?Being a math whiz,he used math:angles,arcs,and algebra.Add in a double dose of guts and determin

13、ation and you have the stuff of which legends are made.21Miltie looked in for the sign from Mary Beth,who had gone back to catching.Then he went into his windup and threw .a blooper pitch?The ball arced high and floated down to the plate like a snowflake,and the Maulers 618 froze,not quite believing

14、 what he was seeing.“Strike one!”cried Mr.MacGruder.“What was that?”said 618.“Thats Miltie Math-heads Super Blooper,”said Mary Beth.“Both of us have been practicing pitching.”“Try that again and lets see what happens,”snarled 618.Miltie floated another blooper,but this time,618 stepped toward the ba

15、ll and smacked it 300 feet,only it went foul by a good 30 feet.“Strike two,”said Mr.MacGruder with a giggle,though if you asked him about it,hed tell you he was just clearing his throat.“Maurice,”said Miltie,“that pitch was way inside on purpose and even though you hit it well,it had no place to go

16、but foul.If you did the math,youd understand that.”Miltie Math-head Takes the Mound Level Y5Milties athletic ability hadnt improved much since we won that Pee Wee Football championship,but when youre told over and over that youre a sports legend,you start to believe it.Maybe thats why Milties ego ha

17、d swollen up to the size of a basketballwhich he still couldnt shoot into the hoop unless he stood on a stepladder,and even then,his chances were abysmal.That didnt matter much now,this being baseball season.What did matter is that all the guys wanted Miltie on the team,and not just as the statistic

18、ian,but as a player.Were talking about the same Miltie who,according to his records,had a batting average of .100,which he explained is pronounced “one hundred.”“It has to do with the decimals going into the thousandths place,Dan.”He explained,“Thats an average of one hit for every ten times at-bat.

19、By comparison,you have an impressive .400 average,which is four hits for every ten times at-bat.That can be crunched down to the lowest common denominator,which is precisely two for five.”Miltie Math-head Takes the Mound Level Y20The Final Pitching Change“Now pitching,”said Miltie,“is Milton Meyers.

20、”“No!”cried Beefalo.“No!”cried Jimmy.“Yes!”cried 618,strolling in from the on-deck circle.“The 618 is right on time.”If there was one guy you didnt want to face with the bases loaded and the game on the line,it was 618,and here was Miltie Math-head on the mound.If only my elbow didnt hurt so much .m

21、aybe I should pitch with my other arm .maybe I should .“Go,Miltie!”I cried.6Milties computations tell you that Im good with the stick.However,most people know Dan-the-Man Duganthats mefor my powerful arm(Im the quarterback on the football team and a pitching ace).Miltie could reel off my strikeouts-

22、to-walks ratio and ERA(earned run average),no sweat,and would be delighted to show you how to do it,too,you know,compute those figures.I dont care what the records say.I just do whats best for the team.Miltie managing?Thats a no-brainer with his skills in math and knack for organization,but Miltie M

23、ath-head on the mound?Nope,especially not when marching at the head of the Founders Day parade is at stake!19“Now,”said Miltie,“Beefalo,youre pitching.”“Yes!”came a cry from the Mauler bench,and I didnt have to crane my neck to see that it was 618.The guy had beaned me on purpose,just to boot me out

24、 of the game,even if it meant sacrificing a run.What a stinker.His plan worked,and the Maulers put together a rally and knocked in two runs.Beefalo,rattled,got one out but gave up two walks.Miltie called a time-out and said,“Now pitching is .”“Jakey-boy?”said Beefalo.“Mary Beth,”said Miltie.“Shes be

25、en practicing.”“But shes a girl!”said Beefalo so loud you could almost not hear another deafening“Yes!”ring out from the Mauler bench.When Mary Beth struck out the first batter,it looked like another genius move by Miltie Math-head,but then she gave up two runs,making it 6 to 5 with 618 due up.Milti

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