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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.
If you liked Moneyball and sports, you will like this book a lot. Warm and compelling.
A book in the Lewis/Feinstein sports realm with honesty and humanity wrapped around... Read more
Feinstein can write formalistically and certainly does so here. Its almost as if he is saying to himself: "let's see; a book has to be about 300 pages even if I can say what I... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Fred T. Isquith
This was a fun read. One rarely thinks about the minor leagues. Minor leaguer stories humanize the game and show what it means to play for the love of the game.Published 16 days ago by Cookin dude
Great look at "real baseball" life for a lot of people highly talented but just a tiny bit short. As ever well written.Published 17 days ago by Terence O'Connell
This book gives a clear picture of the fading aspirations of long-term minor league baseball players, managers, and umpires. Read morePublished 20 days ago by G. Howell
Well written. Stuff I never knew. A good read and interesting facts.Published 23 days ago by Bookworm Kate