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Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game

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Following the low-budget Oakland Athletics, their larger-than-life general manager, Billy Beane, and the strange brotherhood of amateur baseball ... Show synopsis

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  • Fascinating Oct 20, 2011
    by Marc B

    How much does anyone outside of baseball know about the business of the game? Besides being a great story about an obscure writer, an ex-ballplayer/current GM, and a new way of evaluating players, this book is a fascinating look at how MLB teams are run. Loved it.

  • Inside Baseball! Jun 11, 2010
    by Kath12y

    This is Great reading - hard to put it down. BUT you must have a baseball interest to stay connected. Lewis is a fine writer.

  • Moneyball: A Home Run Jul 26, 2007
    by BlueHorseshoe

    Mr. Lewis's excellent book offers an illuminating, "inside-baseball", look at America's pastime for fans, and applicable lessons for executives and managers in business. Moneyball is a David & Goliath story: examining how the Oakland A's revolutionary management strategies made optimal use of a small budget to produce one of the winningest teams in the game, challenging even the highest-budget franchises for supremacy. The underlying lesson of the book is that blind reliance on "conventional wisdom" is usually a fool's errand.
    Moneyball is entertaining and insightful; it's a worth-while read.

  • as good as the hype Apr 3, 2007
    by volt

    Great, insightful book. Lives up to the praise

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