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Moneyball Summary

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Moneyball Summary

The Art of Winning an Unfair Game

Are you a baseball fan? Do you want to know the secret of success in this sport, told through a gripping true story?

It sounds promising, doesn’t it?

Well, get ready to get trapped into the 2002 baseball draft’s hidden procedures explained by Michael Lewis. 

Who Should Read “Moneyball”? and Why?

“Moneyball” is an unusual name for a book, but it can be easily understood by any baseball and basketball fan. Put together in a rather smooth and readable manner, you’ll quickly get the message of how and why globalization impacts all sports. 

It seems that globalization is a vaguely defined phenomenon, which according to some, the benefits bestowed upon everyone far outweigh the problems it has caused up to this point. 

Anyway, we’ve come to the conclusion that Michael Lewis’ jewel is great for readers from all ends of the spectrum.

While reading, you’ll notice that the author marks baseball players, coaches, owners, and investors as his target group, but doesn’t exclude others from learning more about the game of baseball. 

Stay tuned to learn more, and get your baseball knowledge to another level.

About Michael Monroe Lewis

Michael Lewis

Michael Monroe Lewis is a non-fiction writer and a renowned journalist born on October 15, 1960, at New Orleans, Louisiana.

He is the author of several best-selling books like Liar’s Poker: Rising Through the Wreckage on Wall Street, book based on one investment banker’s journey through life.

Michael is also a visiting lecturer at Berkeley and works for the New York Times Magazine as a contributing writer.

“Moneyball Summary”

The draft is underway with Billy Beane as the central figure who is also the general manager of the Oakland Athletics. He is backed by his team of professionals and the baseball scouts team.

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