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Stat Geek Baseball, the Best Ever Book Paperback – February 9, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
I was looking for something that would explain baseball statistics and help me understand what all the numbers mean. Some of the reviews for this book made me think it might be promising, but I was wrong. The only explanation given is a table of abbreviations on one page, with zero elaboration as to what the terms actually mean. The print is tiny and the book is not something you can sit down and read.
Think of this book as more of a reference. It is full of tables of statistics focusing on the "best" of everything. Best players, best seasons, etc. I'm sure it would be very interesting for someone who already understands baseball statistics very well.
If you want a book that explains baseball statistics or any other aspect of the game, I highly recommend BASEBALL FOR DUMMIES. I gave away my copy a long time ago and I should have just bought a new one in the first place. That's what I will be doing as soon as I return this particular item.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My grandson says it is a great book. it has lots of information. he loves it.Published 16 months ago by Judy Googins
Has all kinds of great info..nearly impossible to read on a Kindle...probably ok on a regular hardback or paperback book..too late for that:(. Update as of July 26.. Read morePublished on July 23, 2013 by Dianne Snyder
Lists based on numbers are useful but there is little analysis of the numbers that factor to make up the various lists in the book.Published on May 26, 2013 by PAUL MORASCH