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Author and Sports Nation guy Rob Neyer posted this piece based on Dan Epstein’s Esquire piece, “The 20 Best Baseball Books Ever,” which Neyer posted mere hours before mine appeared. A lot of comments I’ve read around the Interweb deal mainly with the order of the ranking as well mas omitted favorites. Great minds and […]

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See what I did there? I combined Dan Epstein, author of Big Hair and Plastic Grass: A Funky Ride Through Baseball and America in the Swinging ’70s, with the publication to which he contributed this article on “The 20 Best Baseball Books Ever,” his choice for the top 20 non-fiction titles in the genre to […]

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* Base Ball, Esquire

March 15, 2009

The April edition of Esquire celebrates opening day with three baseball-related items: A profile of Red Sox reliever John Papelbon, by Chris Jones “The Data,” a new column by Baseball Prospectus’ Nate Silver on “What Tim Geithner can learn from baseball.” Looks like you should have take your bar mitzva money and invested it in […]

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