WALL STREET JOURNAl: playing Hard Ball

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There are lots of fresh notes, quotes and anecdotes in ‘The Game,’ but its chief value for those who care is its meticulous reconstruction of [a] fraught era.
— Edward Kosner

The New York Times

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[The] book’s strength is its comprehensiveness. In clear and accessible prose, it covers strikes, steroids and everything in between. Given all that happened, it’s not an easy task
— Michael Schmidt

The DAILY BEAST: How Bud Selig Almost Ruined Baseball

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In a scathing and often surprising new book, the former baseball commissioner comes off as a greedy manipulator who did little to clean up baseball while Steinbrenner looks, well, better.
— William O'Connor

New York Journal of Books

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Through hundreds of personal interviews and painstaking research, Pessah has made his book read like a great novel...[he] brilliantly shows the impact the game had and continues to have on American life, and how it maintains its prominent place in the cycle and fabric of our country’s summers.
— Russell P. Gantos

Publisher's Weekly

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The action is in the boardroom, not the ballpark, [but the] resulting account of off-field strategizing is as engrossing as any stadium showdown.