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With his tongue both in-cheek and out, Howard Megdal has cemented his role as baseball's Pat Paulsen. The winsome story of his campaign for Mets GM reminds us that all good fans go a little crazy from time to time, and that, in the end, is why we love the game. (Dan Szymborski, editor of Baseball Think Factory)
Now here's a concept any fan could get behind: Make the GM of every team RUN for election. That was Howard Megdal's brilliant idea. And while I'm not sure how many sportswriters could get elected GM, I have to admit that, after reading this thoroughly entertaining book, I'd vote for Howard. Heck, if Moneyball could work, why not Keyboard-ball? (Jayson Stark, ESPN)
Howard Megdal edits The Perpetual Post, writes for ESPN.com, Capital New York, MLBTradeRumors.com and many others. His previous book is The Baseball Talmud. His new book, Taking The Field, is available wherever books are sold.