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It's a very well written book.
I think this is a good follow up to learn more of the sabrmetrics details that Moneyball glosses over (or gets incorrect, according to this book).
Baseball Between the Numbers is obviously a book for baseball fans and one that will appeal to both those who are and are not into sabermetrics.
Certainly not a light and easy read, but if you enjoy statistics and baseball this book is incredible. Read morePublished 1 month ago by LS
If you like numbers and baseball you may be able to read this but, really, it is a reference book with interesting anecdotes. Keep it in your bathroom but don't try to read it.Published 3 months ago by mdbiker
Baseball is a game of statistics and probabilities, yet "sabermetrics", as the study of advanced baseball statistics has come to be called, proves scientifically that much... Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Williams
If you are looking for a way to dive even further in to baseball, this is the book to read.
Unbelievably detailed analysis that is clearly stated. Read more
This book was a gift for my daughter who is something of a baseball fan. I like the study of statistics and know I would enjoy the book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J. W. Boyes
I got this for a friend to give to her 10-year-old Grandson. His eyes were wide upon opening the package, and he left the room to sit by himself and go through the pages. Read morePublished 11 months ago by June Rose
I loved Moneyball, but after Moneyball wanted to learn more about baseball statistics. I think this is a good follow up to learn more of the sabrmetrics details that Moneyball... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Al
Gave this book (after reading sections) to a fanatic fan of the SF Giants. He loved it. I did too.Published 23 months ago by Stephen H Baum (Consignment)
Baseball Between the Numbers is obviously a book for baseball fans and one that will appeal to both those who are and are not into sabermetrics. Read morePublished on October 19, 2012 by Patrick Reddick