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one of the most unique books about the
best players ever.
The Best Yankee! The Best Red Sox! The Best of Every Team!
2nd edition of the Paperback has been published,
now updated through the 2012 postseason.
Also available in Kindle and Kindle Cloud format for your
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Baseball Book of Lists,
including the Best Career Lists for Batters and Pitchers for every
Franchise in History,
plus Hall of Fame Ranks,
and Best Teams Ever
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batter had the best season ever?
Which pitcher dominated the
regular season at a higher level than any other pitcher in history?
What team was the best hitting team in history?
Stat Geek Baseball, the Best Ever Book from the staff at
baseballevaluation.com, we answer those questions and more. There are
hundreds of players listed, plus explanations of the Top Ten. And it's
more than the top seasons of individual batters and pitchers, there are
Best Ever lists of the top players by every Team and Franchise in
baseball history, from the long forgotten ones like the Keokuk Westerns
to your favorites from coast to coast, yes, the New York Yankees to the
Minnesota Twins to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
It includes Best Ever lists
for the regular season, postseason, and careers plus rankings, ratings,
and Hall of Fame ranks by position and more.
Yes, this is a book of Best Ever lists, but it's
also a whole lot more with unique stats from the baseballevaluation.com
stat rating model you can't get anywhere else!
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reading for everyone from the die hard fans of the
sport, those just starting out and even those merely seeking a look at
the best of the best at a given time. By books end, you can't help but
end up humming the familiar bars of "Take Me Out to the Ball
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Baseball, The Best Ever Book
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Stat Geek Baseball just made up these rankings off the top of their
The best ever lists in Stat Geek Baseball, the Best Ever Book, come
from the baseballevaluation.com Player Rating decision model, a
research study that took over 5,000 hours to complete and rated every
player in baseball history. It looked at over 4 million stats and came
up with nearly 2 million new ones of their own. And it's not a quick
one, two, plus three system. It tracks correlations between how
baseball stats of all eras compare and are valued by real baseball. At
the heart of the model is PEVA, the player rating system for every
season in a player's career.
Baseball, The Best Ever Book Chapter
Paperback and Ebook
1 - Best Seasons Ever, Position Player - Rankings of
the Top 225 Batting Seasons of All-Time.
Chapter 2 -
Best Seasons Ever, Pitchers - Rankings of
the Top Pitching 192 Seasons plus a bonus
list of the Top Relief Pitching Seasons Ever.
Chapter 3 - Best Seasons Ever by Team and Franchise - Includes
all Franchises from the Present and Past from the Providence Grays to
the New York Yankees.
Chapter 4 - Best Careers Ever for Batters - List
includes the Top Players with Top Ten explanation,
stats, and Per EQ Year comparisons.
Chapter 5 - Best
Careers Ever for Pitchers - Regular
Season list with comparisons and ratings
over all eras from 1871 to current players.
Chapter 6 - Best Careers Ever by Team and Franchise - Check where
your current favorite players rank against
those already in the Hall of Fame.
Chapter 7 - Best Postseasons Ever - No matter
the era or the amount of playoff rounds, comprehensive
rankings of the best seasons.
Chapter 8 - Best
Postseason Careers Ever - Top 350
Batter Postseason Careers and the Top 250 Postseason
Career Pitching List.
- Hall of Fame Ranks
Chapter 10 - Best Teams Ever
(NEW IN 2012)
Do They Rank
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Includes the Best Seasons and Careers Lists for Pitchers and Batters
from the following teams:
Altoona Mountain City, Los
Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Arizona Diamondbacks, Atlanta Braves,
Baltimore Orioles, Buffalo Bisons, Baltimore Canaries,
Baltimore Marylands, Baltimore Terrapins, Baltimore Monumentals, Boston Red Sox,
Brooklyn Eckfords, Brooklyn Atlantics, Brooklyn Gladiators, Brooklyn
Tip-Tops, Brooklyn Ward's Wonders, Boston Red Stockings, Boston Reds,
Buffalo Buffeds and Blues, Chicago White Stockings, Chicago White Sox,
Chicago Chi-Feds, Chicago
Cubs, Chicago Pirates, Cincinnati
Reds, Cleveland Forest Citys, Cleveland Indians,
Cleveland Spiders, Cleveland Blues, Columbus Buckeyes, Columbus Solons,
Cleveland Infants, Cincinnati Kelly's Killers, Cincinnati Outlaw Reds, Colorado Rockies, Detroit Tigers,
Detroit Wolverines, Elizabeth Resolutes, Florida Marlins,
Fort Wayne Kekiongas, Hartford Dark Blues, Houston Astros,
Indianapolis Blues, Indianapolis Hoosiers, Newark Peppers, Kansas City
Cowboys, Kansas City
Kansas City Packers, Keokuk Westerns, Los Angeles (Brooklyn) Dodgers,
Louisville Grays, Louisville Eclipse & Colonels,
Twins, Milwaukee Grays, Milwaukee Brewers,
New Haven Elm Citys, New York Mutuals, New York Metropolitans, New York Yankees, New York Mets,
New York Giants, Oakland
Athletics (Philadelphia, Kansas City), Philadelphia
Athletics, Philadelphia Centennials, Philadelphia Phillies,
Philadelphia Keystones, Pittsburgh
Pirates, Providence Grays, Pittsburgh Rebels, Pittsburgh
Burghers, Rockford Forest Citys, Rochester Broncos, Richmond
Virginians, San Diego
Padres, Seattle Mariners, San Francisco Giants, St. Louis
Red Stockings, St. Louis Browns, St. Louis Brown Stockings, St. Louis
Maroons, St. Louis Terriers, St.
Louis Cardinals, St. Paul Apostles, Syracuse Stars, Tampa Bay Rays, Texas Rangers,
Toledo Blue Stockings, Toledo Maumees, Toronto Blue Jays,
Troy Trojans, Troy Haymakers, Washington
(Montreal Expos), Wilmington Quicksteps, Worcester Ruby Legs,
Washington Olympics, Washington Blue Legs, Washington Statesmen,