Baseball Bits

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Penguin, May 6, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 272 pages
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A book that covers all the bases!

Everything fans want to know about the Great American Pastime... Written and compiled by baseball expert Dan Schlossberg, this book is chock-full of the best trivia, information, and fun facts about the game. Featuring interviews with players, managers, and other baseball professionals, as well as never-before-told stories, Baseball Bits is sure to hit a home run with just about anyone who's interested in the game.

But that's not all, because beyond the stories and trivia, the die-hard fan also wants the most recent information that affects this season. Inside each book is a password that lets readers log onto a website for up-to-the-minute information only available there. The site is guaranteed to be updated at least once a month-more frequently during the season-to provide readers with everything they need to know about the current season, including:

* The latest trades, and how they'll affect particular Teams
* The best players' current stats
* Who is about to break major records

 

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About the author (2008)

Dan Schlossberg is a former AP sportswriter and author of 33 baseball books, including "Baseball Gold: Mining Nuggets from Our National Pastime" and the 2006 autobiographies of Ron Blomberg and Milo Hamilton; as well as more than 25,000 articles about baseball. His 38-year journalism career runs the gamut from broadcast analyst and commentator to writer, author, and entrepreneur. He is managing editor of aBallTalk, a a syndicated weekly radio baseball show, and is the originator of the baseball theme cruise, coordinating and hosting more than 20 such cruises featuring major league stars.

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