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Baseball's Hall of Fame-or Hall of Shame?

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This fascinating book covers every era of baseball and really answers the question of which players were the greatest of all time. Robert Cohen, a baseball scholar, examines the Hall of Fame from many perspectives, including its history and selection process, and defines the qualities a true Hall of Fame player should possess. Controversial sections include profiles of pla ...more
Paperback, 400 pages
Published June 16th 2009 by Cardoza
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Justin
Jun 24, 2009 Justin rated it it was ok
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More detail in the upcoming Cave 17 review, but for now I'll just say that it's nice to have an overview of each of the Hall players, but the analysis is a little lacking.
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