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Men at Work: The Craft of Baseball Paperback – Bargain Price, April 24, 1991
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George Will quoted Wes Westrum in this book - "Baseball is like church. Many attend, but few understand." This book increased my understanding of the game and as a result has added to my enjoyment of baseball. I see things I didn't see before I read this book - the nuances of the game have become more clear.
I did not believe I could love the game more, but after reading this book, I do! I would highly recommend this book to both students of the game and to newcomers looking to understand the game.
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This is a really fantastic book. I was not the greatest follower of the nation's past time before reading this book. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Dr. Redhawk
As a political columnist George Will writes with great insight and a facility for telling the story behind the story. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dr Mark
This book ranks up there with "Perfect: the Rise and Fall of John Paciorek, Baseball's Greatest One-game Wonder" as an outstanding baseball book.Published 5 months ago by Kent
Purchase this on my Kindle at the recommendation of a friend over a year ago, and I haven't yet finished it. It is an interesting book, but just not enough to hold my attention. Read morePublished 5 months ago by mmuncci