Full Count: Four Decades of Blue Jays Baseball
In Full Count, Jeff Blair ...more
Further, the author spends a lot of time toward the end of the book talking about Canadian baseball in general. While it is something that should be discussed, if you're going to bill your book as/>
If your looking for a quick weekend read that won't rack your brain it's worth checking out of the library.
I liked it a lot. This isn’t a bashing it’s positive criticism.
So living a few hours from Toronto ...more
I felt like the book had a poor flow and seemed somewhat disorganized in its structure. It also seemed to focus more on the front office turnover/turmoil over the years more than the players or the actual team.
I felt that this book focused on aspect of the Blue Jays that did not seem all that interesting to me (despite hav ...more
As for the text itself, it's fine, although for the non-officianado it suffers from relentlessly throwing out names, abbreviations and events in asides that often require a bit more context.