The Baseball Encyclopedia: The Complete and Definitive Record of Major League Baseball

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Macmillan, 1993 - Baseball - 2857 pages
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Recognized worldwide as the authoritative source for baseball statistics, the ninth edition is bigger and better than any previous edition. Features include complete stats for every player who has ever played in a major league game (starting with the 1876 season), the most comprehensive set of Negro League stats, and more.

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The Baseball encyclopedia: the complete and official record of major league baseball

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The seventh edition of this vital work was hailed in Mike Shannon's Diamond Classics ( LJ 8/89) as "the best and most complete record book . . . on any single game or sport.'' This eighth edition has ... Read full review


PART TWO Special Achievements
part three AllTime Leaders
part four The Teams and Their Players

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