PRLog - April 4, 2012 - POTTSTOWN, Pa. -- Who is the best pitcher in baseball history? What about the best postseason batter? Do you know who the top players of All-Time are on your favorite team through the history of the franchise? Or who had the Dodgers best season ever, and where did Matt Kemp's 2011 season rank on that list? For answers to these questions and more, check out the 2012 edition of Stat Geek Baseball's Best Ever Book. And this year, a new addition answers the question of who the best batting, pitching, and overall teams in history are? Yes, there are more than a few Yankee squads on that list, but you may be surprised at who else is challenging them for the top spots. Stat Geek Baseball, the Best Ever Book, now updated through the 2011 season, all from the staff of Stat Geek Baseball and baseballevaluation.com. You'll get list and list of your Best Ever players, plus more than a few topics to debate, whether you agree or disagree with the rankings of your favorite of yesterday and today. You'll also get lots of stats, including the PEVA rating system developed by Stat Geek Baseball to compare players from one generation to the next. You'll get Best Ever Seasons by Batters, by Pitchers, and by Team. You'll also get the Best Ever Careers by Batters, by Pitchers, and by Team, plus Best Ever Postseasons in History and Best Ever Postseason Careers, Hall of Fame ranks, and the new chapter on the Best Teams in History.
Stat Geek Baseball, the Best Ever Book 2012, is now available at all major online bookstores in paperback format, including amazon.com and bn.com. The ebook is available for only $5.95 from baseballevaluation.com.
And the reviews are coming in.
Stat Geek Baseball, March 2012
I am not a big sports fan and so I am not very familiar with the facts, figures, scores, stats etc. This was a very educational book for me! I wasn't confused at all (which is surprising since I really don't know anything about sports stats) and I have a much better understanding of these things now that I have finished this book. I also liked that the book incorporated why ratings and stats/scores are important to the game of baseball as well as some history about the sport. Don't be deterred from reading this book just because you are not a sports fan ... this book may change your mind! - 5 Stars.
Great Resource!, March 2012
Great reference book to have on hand! Abbreviations are clearly written out and easy to find in the book. Extremely neat, clean, easy to follow book. A highly informative reference guide or a great book to get to learn about some of the recent history of baseball. Highly recommend! - 5 Stars.
Entertaining and Informative, March 2012
This is a great book if you are interested in baseball at all, and is very easy to read even if you don't know much about statistics. It's full of interesting facts and figures, and does a great job explaining what each rating and score is, and why it is important to the game of baseball. I learned a lot about the history of baseball reading this, and the writing style is great for just sitting down and reading - not dry and boring, like you would expect a stats book to be. Highly recommended!
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