BASEBALL PLAYERS NOW RATED FOR HALL OF FAME IN NEW BOOK

Nov 10, 2012


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Author Andre Lower has now systematically rated all 3,000 plus qualifying players for the Baseball Hall of Fame in his new book “Auditioning for Cooperstown: Rating Baseball’s Stars for the Hall of Fame.”
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Using total career production, peak seasons production and positional dominance, this book reveals why Sandy Koufax and Don Sutton are equally qualified for inclusion in baseball’s most exclusive club.
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This book shows why 19th Century and Deadball Era hitters are woefully underrepresented in Cooperstown. The playing field is leveled for starting pitchers from all eras in baseball history, placing Mike Mussina and Old Hoss Radbourn together in the rankings.
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What about steroids, today’s controversial issue regarding potential Hall of Famers? That and other issues are discussed in the 550 player commentaries covering all of the all-time greats.
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The 2013 veterans ballot lists six players, all of whom but one belong in the Hall of Fame. Find out why Bill Dahlen, Wes Ferrell, Tony Mullane, Bucky Walters and Deacon White should all get enshrined in the Hall of Fame.
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Here’s a link to a collection of excerpts as featured on my website, baseballbypositions.com.
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“Auditioning for Cooperstown” is available exclusively in paperback and on Kindle through Amazon.
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This is Andre Lower’s first book. He is the owner of baseballbypositions.com and a long-time SABR member who lives in Sunnyvale, CA.

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