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George F. Will… if you do not even know who A-Rod is, you will still enjoy the story of baseball's progress to today's information abundance as it is told by Alan Schwarz, a senior writer for Baseball America, in The Numbers Game. Its lessons extend beyond baseball to politics and much else. It is an Information Age story about how new abilities to measure things beget new behaviors. The evolution of that cornucopia of information from its birth in 1845 to today's iterations is, in Schwarz's lively telling, a history of the game's path to the present.
— The New York Times