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Overall a very good baseball book for the casual or fanatic fan.
As a huge fan of baseball, I enjoy reliving the past seasons, teams and players that I may have seen, read or heard at some point in time.
I had to force myself to finish it, and while I can put the book in the "I enjoyed it" group, it's not by much.
Hands down one of the best baseball books I've ever read. Casual fans can peruse it and enjoy and hardcore fans like me can enjoy every single table and word. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Sherwin
It's getting a bit dated but it's fun to reminisce about the old greats and near greats that played for teams past. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jeremy LeBlanc
Not as good as I expected. I did more research on my own and came up with better lists. okayPublished 16 months ago by roseramsey
I love it. Greatest lineups of each team. Rookies, gold gloves, etc. Well researched thought out and laid out.
I have spent hours looking at it. Read more
As a huge fan of baseball, I enjoy reliving the past seasons, teams and players that I may have seen, read or heard at some point in time. Read morePublished on January 18, 2009 by Ben Woods
While Neyer may not be the world's best sportswriter(not as 'intellectual' as Bill James...although, IMO, James' approach is stuffy and self-satisfying, while Neyer is better able... Read morePublished on September 28, 2008 by Brian J. Oneill
I enjoyed this book very much. Neyer, Bill James' protege, isn't as good a writer as James, but he's still better than most baseball writers. The Big Book is highly enjoyable. Read morePublished on October 23, 2005 by J. Davis
At the risk of being slightly indelicate, this is the perfect "smallest-room-in-the-house" book for the inveterate baseball fan. Read morePublished on September 20, 2004 by liffeystynx
This book, like nearly all of Neyer's writing, was an extremely enjoyable read for the money. (Note: I purchased the book at a discounted price of $11.95. Read morePublished on May 12, 2004 by Joshua C. Hall