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Not a great read. No where near as good as The Umpire Strikes Back or Strike Two.Published 4 months ago by John D. Rajniak
It’s behind-the-scenes baseball, an on-and-off-the-field story by a once-active umpire. Former blue-shirt, Ken Kaiser, provides an interesting, sometimes amusing, always... Read morePublished 10 months ago by ink & penner
Ken does great job of sharing his life experience. Glad i got to know him through this book. I am one who pays attention to umpires working my favorite game of baseball. Read morePublished 14 months ago by jsleckrone
I knew Ken Kaiser, and I enjoyed his stories. When the umps went on strike and formed a new union, Kenny fought it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Don Daminger
Good stories about umpiring but too much patting of his own back by the author. Started too many sentences with the word "I" which turned me off somewhat.Published 21 months ago by db
The downside to this is that it consists of too many stories that have appeared in his books, as well as Durwood Merrill's "You're Out and You're Ugly Too."Published on February 3, 2014 by Jimmy Edwards
Ken Kaiser took you throughout his umpire career. Book was ok, funny and interesting
best parts were about how all the umpires hated Sparky Anderson. Read more