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When the Game Changed: An Oral History of Baseball's True Golden Age: 1969--1979 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
What a disappointment! While this book has its moments, it is eclipsed from being a good read or even great read by the author's negativity and poor organization. While every fan has their preferences, the author here slams certain clubs, cities and omits huge figures in an unforgiveable pattern. Also, the coverage of off-the field issues is poorly clustered at the end, rather than spread throughout the book, making for a "dud" of an ending. Finally, there are numerous, quite numerous typos as if the author didn't bother to proof-read... all the more disturbing when dates and statistical feats are fouled up to the dismay of any true fan. This book is relegated to the cheap seats!