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by The Baseball Prospectus Team of Experts

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0465024033, Hardcover)

In 1996, a brassy young team of fans produced a guide to baseball statistics. Printed on a photocopier, its distribution, which was in the low hundreds, was limited to friends, family, and die-hard stat heads. Sixteen years later, the Baseball Prospectus annual regularly hits best-seller lists and has become an indispensable guide for the serious fan.

In Extra Innings, the team at Baseball Prospectus integrates statistics, interviews, and analysis to deliver twenty arguments about today’s game. In the tradition of their seminal book, Baseball Between the Numbers, they take on everything from steroids to the amateur draft. They probe the impact of managers on the game. They explain the critical art of building a bullpen. In an era when statistics matter more than ever, Extra Innings is an essential volume for every baseball fan.

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A latest guide to the statistical logic that is revolutionizing baseball outlines 20 arguments about how the game is played today, assessing topics ranging from the impact of steroids and the amateur draft to the roles of managers and the art of building a bullpen.… (more)

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