Craig Robinson is, among other things, an Englishman and a New York Yankees fan with a soft spot for the Colorado Rockies and a man-crush on Ichiro. Last season he played outfield for the Prenzlauer Berg Piranhas in the Berlin Mixed Softball League (AVG .452 SLG .548 OBP .575). His previous book, Atlas, Schmatlas: A Superior Atlas of the World, was deemed "highly inappropriate" by the director of the Forsyth County Public Library. His Web site is www.flipflopflyball.com.
Two of my favourite things combined in one book... Baseball and info graphics. What's not to like?
Crisply printed and full of surprising info.
I first got turned on to Craig Robinson's quirky and attractive baseball art through UniWatch, and I have become a huge fan of his. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Chazberg
I don't remember how I came across this book, but I knew it was the perfect gift for my husband. He was pleasantly surprised and has spent quite a bit of time looking at the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
Any baseball fan would love it, and the graphic design is spectacular!
Of course, the statistics are now a tad dated, but for the true fan, that's really not an issue.
A future gift for a youngish baseball fan who likes facts and trivia about anything. I enjoyed looking thru it myself. Not just an ordinary statistics book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by H. Freeman
If you are like me and spend most of your time looking at charts and graphs at work, you will love this book. Read morePublished on January 6, 2013 by Andy E.
What a great book! After visiting the author's website and thoroughly enjoying his infographics, I was so happy when he put together a book. Read morePublished on November 11, 2012 by K. Wilson
This is a fun book that any baseball fan will enjoy. It's filled with graphics illustrating all sorts of baseball statistics, often in clever ways. Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by Paper Pen
If you love baseball, get this book. The trivia is fantastic, the infographics delightful, and it's a hefty hardcover which is seldom made any more. Read morePublished on September 19, 2012 by Adrian Black