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by Gary Gillette,Pete Palmer,Peter Gammons

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Start by marking The 2005 ESPN Baseball Encyclopedia as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. New York, NY: Sterling Publishing. Citation by: Ashley D. Brown Type of Reference: Encyclopedia Call Number: GV862. Brief description: The ultimate encyclopedia for baseball lovers. The volume consists of statistical baseball analysis, year-by-year and team-by-team batting and pitching statistics for all pl Gillette, . Palmer, . & Gammons, P. (2008, February 28).

The ESPN Baseball Encyclopedia – Gary Gillette, Peter Gammons, Pete Palmer. Publisher: Sterling Publishing, 2005. Format: Paperback, 1824pp. The New Bill James Historical Baseball Abstract - Bill James. Publisher: Free Press, 2001. Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or The Baseball Cube, or Baseball-Reference (Minors). Preceded by Sammy Sosa. National League Player of the Month June, 1999. Succeeded by Mark McGwire. php?title Jeromy Burnitz&oldid 867001088".

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Full-year historical Major League statistics provided by Pete Palmer and Gary Gillette of Hidden Game Sports. Some high school data is courtesy David McWater. Many historical player head shots courtesy of David Davis.

Now officially endorsed by ESPN! Based on an amazing database created by award-winning baseball analyst Pete Palmer, and edited by baseball commentator and historian Gary Gillette, this is the most complete and accurate baseball reference ever compiled-completely updated through 2004, and including a foreword by ESPN's Peter Gammons."I want a bumper sticker: You can have my Baseball Encyclopedia when you tear it from my cold, dead hands."--Bill James, author of the Historical Baseball Abstract Today and Sports Weekly

Comments: (2)

This encyclopedia it's for a baseball fan like the bible for a priest ! Simply it's the bible of baseball.

It represents a great asset for any library.

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Sure! It's loaded with new age stats(AOPS,ABR,AERA,RNG,BFW).But are you looking to see why Reggie Jackson was called Mr.October? Well don't look under his entry in the Batter Register. As a matter of fact don't look anywhere in this book because players AL/NLCS or World Series stats ARE NOT listed! Want to look up some post season facts? Your search begins on page 1631 and ends on page 1634! No line scores for Playoff or World Series games! The post-season section is no more comprehensive than you would find in the World Almanac! Not what I'm looking for in a Baseball encyclopedia. If you've ever spent an hour or two just getting lost in your old MacMillan encyclopedia flipping back from section to section, don't expect this cheap imposter volume to re-create that feeling.