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The Call-Up 2013

The Call-Up 2013

by Baseball Prospectus
     
 
Like a top prospect hitting his way into the big league line-up, Baseball Prospectus's mid-season update arrives as all killer and no filler content just in time for the final push. THE CALL-UP highlights the most interesting players from the first half of the season--underperformers, overperformers, and rookies--to examine who got worse, who got better, and who just

Overview

Like a top prospect hitting his way into the big league line-up, Baseball Prospectus's mid-season update arrives as all killer and no filler content just in time for the final push. THE CALL-UP highlights the most interesting players from the first half of the season--underperformers, overperformers, and rookies--to examine who got worse, who got better, and who just got lucky. It also updates the top prospects list with new commentary and includes ten of the most interesting and popular articles that have appeared on their subscription website since the last season ended. That includes Russell Carleton on what predicts baseball injuries, Sam Miller on the effects of having a terrible farm system, and Eric Knott (an 11 year minor-league pitcher with 24 major-league innings) on the price he may have paid for never doing performance enhancing drugs. Whether you're a die-hard stat-head hungry for first division insight, or a diamond enthusiast who finds the phone-book size annual a little daunting, THE CALL-UP is projected to be worth at least two wins over whatever it's replacing on your ebook device down the stretch.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148491699
Publisher:
Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date:
07/15/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
13 MB
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Baseball Prospectus is America’s leading provider of statistical analysis for baseball, combining entertaining commentary and accurate forecasting via books, blogs, articles, and a website.

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