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With his vast knowledge of the game, Will certainly communicates to us how meticulous managers have to be to become successful.
George Will provides insights into the details of baseball by examining the game from the perspective of the Manager, the Batter, the Pitcher and the Fielder.
Unfortunately, Will's thick prose makes for rather stiff reading - perhaps he should stick to political columns, where his prose at least, is much better.
This is a book for anyone who has "lived" baseball, even a part of his/her life, or seeks to understand it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Dr. Duncan C. Ferguson
Well written , very informative and interesting. GEORGE posses the skill of clear expression while educating and holding the readers interest.Published 15 days ago by Kent Deffenbaugh
always great writing. but a little tedious in detail that most will instantly forget. more like a SCHOLAR on baseball writing but that Is Will.Published 21 days ago by Mike L.
This book by George Will was really great! I know he has written many more, and I anticipate buying more of them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John
Descartes. Dizzy Dean. The 1952 musical "The Pajama Game." Ray Kroc. William James. Pete Maravich. Pericles. John Updike. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Catmom
Baseball is not a subject given to long paragraphs.
"Men At Work," George F. Will's bestselling 1990 examination of the sport through the lens of three players... Read more