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Best book I've read concerning the trials and tribulations in the minor leagues.Published 3 months ago by AeroKirby
quite a good story of playing in minor league baseball well written and amusing and from time to time quite touching.Published 6 months ago by Smith W., Roedel
McCarthy is a natural, at least as a writer. While his arm might not have taken him to the majors, the pen will take him into the literary elite. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ronnie Aigle
Kind of voyeuristic. I would feel better about reading the book if Matt had gotten the permission of everyone whose private conversations he recounts. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Steve Richter
Very well done. A lighthearted look. Sometimes thought provoking and very intimate at times look into the minor league baseball world.Published 9 months ago by mlcsjcj4
With 3 feet of snow piled up here in CT, I needed
a baseball book to get my mind off of winter and
on to spring training. This, sorta, did the job. Read more
Minor league baseball is an odd world, filled with young players who are hoping to move up the ladder from Class A to the majors, from small towns to the biggest cities. Read morePublished 11 months ago by WDX2BB
After reading this book, I find it amazing that anyone makes it to the major leagues. Life in the minors is definitely no picnic. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Eyleen Nadolny