The Baseball Economist in Paperback, Feb. 26

The Baseball Economist has gotten a new cover for the paperback edition. It will be released on February 26. This edition has the new low list price of $15—most online stores sell it for around $10—and is updated to include 2007 player values for every player.


The Baseball Economist

Here is a list of some of the topics discussed.

  • Why are there more hit batters in the AL?
  • What happened to the left-handed catcher?
  • Steroids
  • What are the best/worst managed organizations in baseball?
  • Putting a dollar value on every player in MLB (updated to include the 2007 season)
  • How good is Leo Mazzone?
  • Big cities vs. small cities
  • Scouts vs. stat-heads
  • Is MLB a Monopoly?

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5 Responses “The Baseball Economist in Paperback, Feb. 26”

  1. John says:

    Could have used that info a week ago. Loved the book though, good times.

  2. Andrew says:

    I love the new cover. Kudos to whoever designed it.

  3. Kyle says:

    Nice, but this book is definitely one of those that I’ve enjoyed enough to justify a hardback. It’s on the must list with Moneyball, Clemente, Sandy Koufax: A Lefty’s Legacy, and Built to Win.

  4. Aiden says:

    Dang it JC, I just got the hardcover for Christmas and now this!

    Congrats.

  5. Sal Paradise says:

    Perhaps for your international readers, you could look into whether it’s offered on amazon.co.jp or amazon.co.uk? I’ll look it up when I get home, but there must be international readers like me…right?