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Roth is one the greatest writers of all time but I'm not sure what this is.Published 1 month ago by john seegers
While I admire a great deal of Roth's work, this book is just plain boring. It is hard for me to believe that Roth wrote this garbage. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Theodore S. Sotinsky
If I hadn't have known that Roth had written it I'd never have guessed. Not only is it poorly written and constructed it has virtually nothing meaningful to say. Read morePublished 3 months ago by drjerry
A good read for baseball historians, or nuts as we are called. Alliteration, humor, off color stories, fantasy, you name it, this one has it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Donald Ray
I'm a fan of baseball basically due to marriage, as my spouse is a near lifelong fan of the local pinstriped team and as such my shelf of "stories about baseball" consists... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael Battaglia
A religious phantasy about sacred American mythology: baseball and McCarthy.
A master of alliteration, Word Smith, aka Smitty, rants away at the great conspiracy in baseball. Read more
Not one of Roth's most visible works but one of his best in my opinion.Published 12 months ago by LS