Men at work: the craft of baseball

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Macmillan, 1990 - Sports & Recreation - 353 pages
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Will examines four of the most "professional" men in baseball today and shows that the special pleasures of the game are perfectly represented by each of them--as they approach the game with the same obsessive attention to detail as any fine craftsman.

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The reason owning books is worthwhile is that sometimes an old one will catch your eye and you might decide to pick it up and read a few paragraphs and find yourself reading it all over again. It must ... Read full review

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Good book. Had always heard that baseball was a chess match but didn't realize to what extent. Intelligence in the form of scouting reports has really changed the game. I can only imagine how much ... Read full review

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Contents

The Hard Blue Glow
1
The Pitcher
67
The Batter
80
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

George F. Will is a columnist for the Washington Post Writer's Group, a contributing editor of "Newsweek, " and a regular guest on the weekly ABC-TV program "This Week." A winner of the Pulitzer Prize for commentary, he lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

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