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From biography, history, fiction, and instruction to books about ballparks, business, and rules, anyone who loves to read about baseball will find in this book a companionable guide, far more fun than a reference work has any right to be.

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April 19, - Published on Amazon. Verified Purchase. Great resource for baseball books of all types you may have overlooked. Fiction, statistics, biographies, and history are all covered. The author sticks to recently published books or books that are still in print, so it is easy to get a hold of all the books mentioned. With so many baseball books published, you might notice that a few favorites are missing, but that is part of the fun of browsing through this book.


Whether you are an avid baseball reader or just getting started on the subject, this book is a great place to start, providing just enough information on each of the selected titles. August 15, - Published on Amazon.


Kaplan must be modest, for he does not include his book among the sacred ' Although it is technically a reference book, it is tremendously readable. There are small encapsulations of each of the books mentioned. Author: Ron Kaplan. April 1, Send the author, Ron Kaplan, an email , let him know you saw his book reviewed here on Baseball Almanac, help him with his next book after you buy this one!

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For some entries, he mentions other books by the same author or mentions other categories under which the book could be placed. One category - "Classic" - is not among the book's fifteen categories.

Perhaps an early draft of this book had a Classics section. He writes short paragraphs about each book - some more famous titles receive an entire page - describing its contents and offering a critical eye towards its contents. He doesn't praise every book he has included; he finds fault, for example, with some of the author's opinions on assimilation in a biography of Chief Bender. There is some blurring of the lines between categories. And then there are books that seem to be in the wrong section: Should Bob Costas's Fair Game which Kaplan actually describes as "mostly a rant" belong in Analysis?

It includes stuff from his Abstracts, but also pieces he published in Esquire magazine. Jordan's book has been on my mental to-read list for years.