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The Bill James Handbook 2011 (spiral)

Simply put, The Bill James Handbook 2011 is the best and most complete annual baseball reference guide available today.

ISBN:

- Product #: 51
- Format: book
- Binding: spiral
- Page Count: 536
- Trim Size: 7" x 9"
- Pub. Date: November 2010
- Publisher: ACTA Sports

Price: $29.95
 

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Every year, thousands of avid baseball fans eagerly await The Bill James Handbook—the best and most complete annual baseball guide available. Full of exclusive stats, this book is the most comprehensive resource of every hit, pitch and catch in Major League Baseball's 2010 season.

Key features include:

    • Exclusive! Fielding Bible Awards
    • New! Bill James' Hall of Fame Monitor
    • New! Plus/Minus and Runs Saved fielding data for every player
    • Updated! Park Indices (including Target Field)
    • Relief Pitching Analysis
    • Manufactured Runs Analysis
    • Career data for every 2010 major leaguer
    • Instant Replay History
    • Pinch Hitting Analysis
    • Pitcher/Hitter Projections
    • Player Win Shares
Bill James
Named one of the most influential people in the world by Time Magazine, Bill James changed the way we view baseball forever using, what he termed, sabermetrics which scientifically analyzes and studies baseball through statistical data. A historian, statistician, and writer, he has written over two dozen books. He is currently the Senior Baseball Operations Advisor for the Boston Red Sox.

Baseball Info Solutions
Baseball Info Solutions is an innovator in the collection, interpretation, commercialization and dissemination of in-depth baseball statistics. The president of BIS is Steve Moyer and the ownership group includes Moyer, Bill James, and John Dewan, the founder and former CEO of STATS, Inc.