Item description for Baseball America 2008 Almanac: A Comprehensive Review of the 2007 Season (Baseball America Almanac) by The Editors of Baseball America...
Baseball America's 2008 Almanac offers a complete recap of the 2007 baseball season from the World Series to the major, minor, college, high school, independent, and amateur leagues. The Almanac has organization, team, and player statistics and season reviews covering all of professional, amateur, and youth baseball. It is also the only volume to feature in-depth coverage of the annual draft of players at all levels.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 6" Height: 1.2" Weight: 1.3 lbs.
Release Date Jan 22, 2008
Publisher Baseball America
ISBN 1932391185 ISBN13 9781932391183
Reviews - What do customers think about Baseball America 2008 Almanac: A Comprehensive Review of the 2007 Season (Baseball America Almanac)?
God's Perfect Book May 24, 2008
It's 496 pages of baseball stats - the real kind, not the contrived Bill James geekazoid kind -, in about seven-point type. It tells you how many hit (50) Renny Duarte allowed in 50 innings for Caracas of the Venezuelan League. If you find the availablity of that fact incredibly cool, then buy the book. If you don't, or if you're some sort of commie-pinko-girly-man who doesn't realize that baseball is the true foundation of the civilized world, then buy something else.
Mrs Landingham, what's next?
Baseball Almanac A Hit Apr 14, 2008
Baseball America's 2008 Almanac is a real winner. I have been buying baseball record books since 1951 and have found the Almanac is the most comprehensive review of the previous season to be found anywhere. All major and minor league stats from 2007 are included along with a look at independent leagues, college and high school baseball, player drafts and obituaries. I find the format in which stats are presented for each major league team and its farm clubs together preferable to showing minor league stats by league. It's a reference book any real baseball fan should own.