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It's a good baseball book, in spite of the author. The chapter on Daryle Kile, particularly pages 212-213, is wonderful and sums up baseball and life quite well. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Frank L. Greenagel Jr.
A master craftsman of creative non-fiction, Bissinger brings his enormous talents to the world of baseball, probing deep into Tony LaRussa's mind of angles and numbers and showing... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brad Balukjian
I enjoyed learning many new insights into baseball strategy as well as the numerous back-stories that explained baseball's evolution and the motivations of players and managerPublished 4 months ago by Brookemeister
Author Buzz Bissinger and St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony LaRussa team up for one of the best insights into baseball in "Three Nights in August. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Barry Sparks
The book attempts to give an insiders look in the stategies and adjustments a manager must make during a season. The looks follows the thought processes of Tony LaRussa of the St. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Rex
LaRussa is a wonderful man that wears many hats. This is a look deep into his mindset for three incredible days. Great book!Published 16 months ago by Mary S. Prudent