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Eric J. Wittenberg is a lifelong Philadelphia Phillies fan and native of southeastern Pennsylvania. Having grown up in the early 1970s, he understands losing baseball teams. He is a lawyer in private practice and an award-winning Civil War historian. He and his wife Susan reside in Columbus, Ohio, where he struggles to follow his beloved Phillies.
Michael Aubrecht has dedicated his studies to the histories of major league baseball teams, the Civil War, and the American Revolution. He has written multiple books, as well as hundreds of articles for publications including Baseball Almanac. He produced the documentary The Angel of Marye s Heights and is vice chairman of the National Civil War Life Foundation.
....Nothing new here if you are a student of Baseball. Dull & Boring as the writer "mocks" out players/teams who did not "perform" adequately between the lines. Read morePublished on May 8, 2013 by Joe Mugsy
I like the book, but the material has been done better, most notably in On a Clear Day They Could See Seventh Place by George Robinson. Read morePublished on April 20, 2013 by Burton A. Roberts
I was disappointed in this book because it was more of a listing of teams that were bad without any real depth to the discussion of why they were bad. Several teams, like the St. Read morePublished on April 1, 2013 by Ira H. Bernstein