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The Oakland Athletics have a secret: a winning baseball team is made, not bought. I wrote this book because I fell in love with a story. The story concerned a small group of undervalued professional baseball players and executives, many of whom h
Elaine Lin
Wrote 2/28/15


Alveole Wu
Wrote 4/29/12
The great part of this book is how a baseball team works. It points out that, when our resources are not as abundant as others, we have to play smart games. Since tt is impossible to compete with rich teams in their ways, we have to find ours. And...Continua
Michael Lewis is simply amazing! Another page turner from him even though I know little about baseball. In Chinese there is a saying 千里馬常有,而伯樂不常有 (roughly translated as "those who can spot good players are more precious than good players themselves")...Continua
Wrote 6/11/10
I pick up this book because it is written by Michael Lewis. As expected, this book is very entertaining, to an extend that a reader who has little knowledge in baseball like me sacrifices his sleeping hours in reading the book at midnight! After read...Continua
Ashley H.
Wrote 1/22/09
A very entertaining read. Though the focus was economics, the inefficiency in major league baseball market and how the Oakland A’s, Billy Beane, exploited that inefficiency, my main interest to the book lay in the people. Beane’s big league career as...Continua

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