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Baseball Prospectus 2015 Paperback – February 10, 2015
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"If you're a baseball fan and you don't know what BP is, you're working in a mine without one of those helmets with the lights on it." Keith Olbermann
"Baseball Prospectus has become the standard by which all scouting guides should be measured." Billy Beane, General Manager, Oakland A's
"For me, every year baseball begins with the big, brilliant, beautiful book you are holding in your hands right now." Joe Posnanski
"The first time I saw the PECOTA projections, I realized that someone out there understood." Jeff Luhnow, General Manager, Houston Astros
Top Customer Reviews
The complaints I agree with the most is the snarkiness and "see how clever I am" culture that is being bred by the current crop of writers and editors. While some comments do genuinely make me smile or even laugh, the analysis is not what it used to be. I feel that BP has suffered from a bit of a brain drain as of late. I recognize the hard work and time the contributors put into the annuals, but at some point, the editorial staff needs to reign in the over the top Gawker style snark.
The current crop of writers is one of the main reasons I did not resubscribe to BP's web product. It's just not as good as it used to be. I still purchased the annual, and I still go to it when discussing players and prepping for fantasy drafts, but it could use a serious stylistic overhaul.
Perhaps the publisher will consider including an OED-type magnifying glass with next year's copy. The Amazon description claims 600 pages; but the actual book has only 476. It's almost as if someone took a 600 page book, saw they didn't have enough paper stock for the print run, and reduced the font size by 20-25%! Who would do such a thing?
I can't even irritate my spouse any longer by taking it along to low light restaurants -- what, am I expected to carry on a conversation? The season is almost upon us, and I need to prepare!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I won my rotisserie championship in 2015. I hereby grudgingly give this book an 'honorable mention'. Read morePublished 10 days ago by C
These guys have fallen off... there is no gambling on fantasy picks anymore and the numbers are all deflated. Their gambles in expected output used to be dead on... Read morePublished 7 months ago by gade hayes
I have been buying this book every year since my son was probably 10 -- he's an adult now. He loves it, so I love it, too.Published 8 months ago by CollieLady