Business management professor Scully dissects big league baseball--its rules, player contracts, franchises, and tax accounting. Scully comments strongly on free agency, profitability, team performance, and racial discrimination. He concludes that blacks are mostly outfielders; Earl Weaver was the most effective manager; and teams are more profitable than is generally admitted. This is more detailed and baseball oriented than Joseph Durso's The All-American Dollar (LJ 3/1/72. o.p.) and John Underwood's Spoiled Sport ( LJ 11/15/84. o.p.), but heavy use of mathematics and statistical analysis make it more suitable for academic and research collections than for popular reading ones.-- Morey Berger, Monmouth Cty. Lib., Manalapan, N.J.