From Library Journal
"A painful memoir and self-analysis of a young, aspiring baseball player who failed to make the majors" (LJ 5/1/75), this book recounts Jordan's three years playing bush-league ball while trying to develop his skills in hopes of becoming a star. This "well written portrayal of baseball life and business" is for all sports and biography collections.
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“One of the best and truest books about baseball, and about coming to maturity in America.”—Time
“A False Spring, by turns rueful, amused, nostalgic and disgusted, is just fascinating, probably the best book imaginable about baseball’s underpinnings.”—Boston Globe
“One of the most fabulous failure stories of our time.”—Kansas City Star
(Kansas City Star
“A major triumph.”—Philadelphia Inquirer
“An unforgettable book.”—Los Angeles Times
(Los Angeles Times
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