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by Bill Simmons

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I'm a little over Bill Simmons these days; since he moved to LA he's completely lost touch with the Red Sox, and I don't care about any other sport. But this, published shortly after the Red Sox won their first World Series in (x) years, is the best literary celebration of that win.

If you don't know immediately and exactly what x is, you don't need to read this book. ( )
  AlCracka | Apr 2, 2013 |
Being a big fan of both Bill Simmons and baseball I found this book delightful. I always enjoy his conversations with his father - they remind me so much of my son and I discussing our Arizona Wildcats and Diamondbacks. My only complaint about the book is the microscopic font used for the footnotes - I have old eyes but this was ridiculous and I gave up trying to read them about halfway through the book ( )
  5hrdrive | Oct 29, 2011 |
A very funny book written by a die-hard Red Sox fan. He is very self-absorbed and doesn't respect women that much, but it is a very funny read. ( )
  weejane | Jan 12, 2011 |
Billy Simmons's writing is a little self-indulgent for me, but it was nice to relive the 2004 season. Best part was his footnote about Afleet Alex. ( )
  jphilbrick | Dec 3, 2009 |
If you're a fan of Bill Simmons' writing, then you'll enjoy this (a collection of his articles from his ESPN site up to the Red Sox winning in 2004. ( )
  brayzinski | May 31, 2009 |
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The author of ESPN's "Sports Guy" column describes the long years leading up to the Boston Red Sox World Series win in 2004, reexamining the events and personalities of the historic season and reflecting on what it means to the ultimate Red Sox fan.

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