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High and Inside: My Life in the Front Offices of Baseball Paperback – October 24, 2007
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-a great look at a large hunk of Major League history---Sports Collectors Digest.
"a great look at a large hunk of Major League history"--Sports Collectors Digest.
About the Author
Hall of Famer and award winner Lou Gorman has over 36 years of player personnel experience and 44 years in professional baseball. Presently, he is an executive consultant for the Boston Red Sox. He lives in Weston, Massachusetts.
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He is able to keep getting better jobs until he is employeed by the Baltimore Orioles. He includes stories about players such as how they were aquired and why.
He is invited to help get the Kansas city Royals going when they are orgainzed in 1968 and provides insight into how the organization was assembled, interesting.
From there he is called upon by Danny Kaye to assemble the Seattle franchise but is not able to duplicate the same type of success, says that 1989 Donruss # 132 Kirk Gibson Los Angeles Dodgers Baseball Card could have been drafted there. Odd characters shared.
From there he goes to the Mets where they could have had 1985 Topps Baseball #181 Roger Clemens Rookie Card. Odd experience there when a player is almost arrested at the ballpark.
From there he goes to the Red Sox where they could have had 1985 Topps Baseball #536 Kirby Puckett Rookie Card.
Talks about the game today and how clubs that spend $200 million have an advantage over clubs that spend $70 million, scouting can only do so much. With free agency fans have little more to cheer for than laundry. Other topic include steroids, replay, the Designated Hitter, inter-league play, the wild card, and Bill James and his ideas in Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game. Insightful. Black and white pictures throughout, an index.