Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.
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In this book, the author criticizes my friend, Ms. Dani Mabry's father, John calling him a so called "bench player". This statement is false for he is an exuberant example of a ball player. Shame on the author for his use of wording.
Money Ball reignited my interest in baseball after gradually falling away from the game the last 55 years. Now if they will just move the fences back 40 feet so like in Ty Cobb's day the home run king scores less than 10 round-trippers!
…and so begins my own walk into the data in baseball. Thank you Michael!
One of my favorite reads ever.
By IL St No-Show
Gave a great prospective on how sabermetrics are being looked at by ball clubs in baseball. Must read for any true fan of baseball.
Best book I've ever read.
Five stars. No doubt!!!
Awesome read!!! Makes me fall in love with baseball all over again.
Definitely worth the read. Buy it and don't look back
Moneyball hit it out of the park!
By Lil Frankie 6
This book opened my eyes to a whole new outlook in baseball. Great reading for this person who considered himself a traditionalist. But now have a very different view on about the sport and the people in and around it.....
Excellent story about how one manager gets the best out of his evaluation of talent".
A great baseball book. I can't wait to see the movie.