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John Feinstein is a columnist for The Washington Post, Golf World and Golf Digest. He also hosts a daily radio show on the CBS Sports Radio Network, is a contributor to the Golf Channel, and is an essayist for CBS Sports Television.
Excellent read for any baseball fan. My only issue, is that sometimes it was difficult to keep track of each individual story.Published 1 day ago by Leslie B.
You probably have to be a real baseball fan to enjoy this book. But if you are, it is a jewel. Feinstein reveals a deep familiarity with his subjects and conveys the reality that... Read morePublished 2 days ago by John T. Mannhaupt
Nice perspective. Very thorogh. Can get a bit tedious.. A part of the game of which few people are aware.Published 2 days ago by SharpConsumer
I bought this for my little brother who is actually going through the experience. He read it in two days - and he's not the reader in the family. My father loved it too! Read morePublished 3 days ago by B. Rodgers
This book was not what I expected, but not in a bad way. I was expecting a lighthearted, anecdote-filled narrative with, frankly, some goofy stuff. Read morePublished 7 days ago by fjm1221
Well written. The author gives the reader an inside look at the minor leagues and how difficult it is to reach the majors.Published 9 days ago by mary kathryn gardner
John Feinstein is the finest sportswriter alive today. While this book doesn't have the drama or newsworthiness of some of his others, like A Civil War (about Army/Navy), or A... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
This gives a different view for the baseball fan! It helps to show the various views of the business aspect. Enjoyable read!Published 16 days ago by kshilt