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Heard a lot about this book, so decided to get me a copy.
Rec'd it very promptly and in new condition.
Haven't started reading it yet though. Read more
Pret.ty interesting book for a former amateur umpire. Had no idea of all the politics and infighting/bickering that goes on. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kermit Cole
I am 47 years old and it took me 45 years to learn that I really like baseball. As I've learned more about the sport and the different levels of professional play, I started to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by shana hocker
I really enjoyed reading this book. Everyone knows how players make the big leagues but this book provides background into how umpires get there, what makes them tick and how they... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Josh H.
An umpire want-to-be at one time enjoyed reading this book. I new appreciation for umpires. I good book for sport fanatics.Published 8 months ago by Jo-Ann C.
Huge baseball fan that I am, like most people, I don't pay any attention to umpires unless they seriously mess up but, after reading this book, I will pay more attention to... Read morePublished 12 months ago by lindapanzo
Interesting look into the world of umpires. Gets a bit repetative, but overall a good read for anyone (like myself) who always wondered what life was like for those guys behind... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Alex L. Mauldin
This book changed the way I view umpires. I was surprised at the relatively poor treatment the minor league umpires suffer at the hands of the minor league owners. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Salmon