Although I have read and enjoyed most of the books listed, my favorite was Prophet of the Sandlots: Journeys with a Major League Scout.
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The big omission for me is The Pitch that Killed, by Mike Sowell.
I don't know, man, although I understand you generally f- with people on this site. Granted, I employ a bit of discrimination when choosing a baseball book, but apart from "3 Nights In August" (which really was truly awful), I don't know that I've ever read a bad baseball book (and I've probably hit about a 100).
Is that one book or three? :)
As a kid, I devoured Dean Hughes' Angel Park All Stars series religiously. I have no idea if they're actually any good.
Part of the appeal of that 1985 Mets team is that the Rick Camp Game took place on my birthday.
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