""Ball Four is a people book, not just a baseball book."" --Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, The New York Times
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This is a great book - I think even people that aren't sports fans would enjoy it.Published 11 days ago by Dennis IDe
Ample examples of male crudity and low-pay and backward management sixty years ago in baseball. Still the same today, salaries aside?Published 16 days ago by M. Kane
Jim Bouton was truly a man ahead of his time, or was baseball just behind the times? I think both. It wasn't really about the game as played but about the men that played it when... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve Shoudy
The title says it all.....Easily one of the finest books of the 20th century. Over the course of my life, I have re-read this book at least 20 times over. It never gets old!Published 1 month ago by Mario Lawrence
Its no wonder this book was disdained at the time by the establishment - it tells what it is like to be a ball player in the 60s: the feelings of being used and disregarded by the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by John Wright
Ok, drags a little. Pretty good book for the time period. Historians will appreciate.Published 1 month ago by Renee DeLouche