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In fact it's more a book on the history of both the Devil Rays era and the Rays era in Tampa.
This is a regular occurrence and left me feeling like I was reading a series of articles, rather than a cohesive book.
If the business side of sports interests you, or you are a Rays fan, or like me both...you will enjoy this book!
... Book arrived promptly, without problems, and as it was advertised. Thanks.Published 17 days ago by JT_Dutch
The Extra 2% is a story about the revival of the Tampa Bay Rays after an abysmal beginning to their life as a franchise in the MLB. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Mark Stutzman
A wow for baseball fans. I just wish the owners of the Chicago Cubs would read this book and figure out how to implement it!!Published 26 days ago by C Frisco
I didn't know a lot about the Tampa Rays until reading this book. It's similar to Moneyball in how it outlines how a small market team is able to compete against teams have greater... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
If you like baseball lore and anecdotes, this isn't a book for you. But if you're interested in the struggle a MLB team goes through to survive, to compete with the biggest... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marc Ranger
Jonah Keri helps introduce sports/politics of a small market team and how they are so successful. I hope he keeps writing books that depict the small market teams and their story.Published 3 months ago by Andrew Makepeace
This is a classic classic. If it didn't change the game, then it described how it started to change. Am a big baseball fan - but hard to believe would cheer for Tampa Bay? Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Kendall
My favorite book written about sports ever. Jonah Keri really knows what he's talking about, and the story of how the Rays became the Rays in the past decade is a great one!Published 5 months ago by Stephen Mara
The Rays morphed into one of the run sports team after Sterberg etal bought the team. Joe Maddon is a geniusPublished 6 months ago by Robert Bollenback