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03-29

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: Futures Guide 2014 Now Available in All Formats
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Dave Pease

11-09

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: Dollar Sign on the Muscle is Here
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Dave Pease

11-01

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: Dollar Sign Update
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Dave Pease

10-24

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: Introducing Baseball Prospectus 2014
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Sam Miller and Jason Wojciechowski

04-26

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: Come See Us In Chicago Tomorrow!
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Kevin Goldstein

04-01

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: Clutch Performer 2012 Now in Print
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Dave Pease

03-16

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: BP2012 Update Coming Next Week
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Dave Pease

03-05

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: BP2012 Tour Starts This Week
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Joe Hamrahi

02-16

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: BP2012 Shipping Update
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Dave Pease

01-30

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: Extra Innings: More Baseball Between the Numbers Available for Pre-Order
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Steven Goldman

01-25

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: Baseball Prospectus 2012 Update
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Dave Pease

03-21

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: The End of the Tour: NYC and NJ
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Steven Goldman

03-14

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: Two BP Events in Boston on Tuesday
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Steven Goldman

03-09

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: BP 2011 Tour: Kevin, Colin, Ken in Chicago TONIGHT
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Steven Goldman

03-07

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: Ben, Jay, Kevin, Steven in DC Today
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Steven Goldman

03-02

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: BP 2011 Tour: NYC Date Added
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Steven Goldman

02-23

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: BP 2011 Has Shipped Out (and we go Ivy League at Princeton UPDATED)!
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Steven Goldman

02-14

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: BP 2011 App This Week
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Steven Goldman

02-12

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: Your First Look at BP2011
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Jay Jaffe

02-10

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: BP 2011 Tour Update: The BPand on the Run
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Steven Goldman

02-06

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: BP 2011 is Almost Here; We Are Going to Boston (UPDATED)
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Steven Goldman

12-23

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Baseball Prospectus Book News: Baseball Prospectus 2011 is an Elf-Free Product!
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Steven Goldman

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A rare Boston appearances for Jay, and more!

On Tuesday, Boston BPer Marc Normandin will be joined by Steven Goldman (first trip to Boston in two years) and Jay Jaffe (first trip to Boston on any BP tour ever) at the following two locations:

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Kevin, Colin, Ken in Chicago tonight.

Fresh off his sold-out performance in Washington, Kevin Goldstein returns to the original toddlin' town with Colin Wyers and Ken Funck for another night of baseball talk, book signin', and ribald humor. No doubt he will also debut another stunning chapeau. No committed seeker of wisdom and truth will miss it. The info:

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One last reminder.

One last reminder to the faithful to come out and see us in our finery on Monday at 7PM in the nation's capitol. The details:
 


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At last!

Fellow seekers of wisdom and truth, at last I can confirm a New York City appearance on our worldwide tour of the East Coast and Chicago. Here are the facts, Jack:

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The book is on sale everywhere, plus tour news.

If the big “We’re #4” sign on the left side of the home page yesterday wasn’t a big enough hint, Baseball Prospectus 2011 officially went on sale yesterday. To borrow from the Who, it’s meaty, beaty, big and bouncy, and while I’m not sure what that means, I’m certain it’s a good thing, even if you’re a vegetarian. On behalf of all of us, I want to express our thanks for picking up the book and pushing us to such an exalted place on the list, where even the ghost of Stieg Larsson had to look up at us. As for those that haven’t yet put in for your copy, we look forward to signing yours in person, and we admire your willpower in not claiming one, Veruca Salt style, now! Now! Now!!!

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Wanted a download instead of paper? Here's your chance.

Over the years, many of you have asked, "When are you going to get the BP annual into e-reader form?" We first heard this in 1998, which came as a terrible shock because the e-reader form had yet to be invented. Thirteen years later, technical issues still prevent publishers from getting all of those tiny, insect-like numbers to behave when squeezed onto a Kindle, Nook, or Batphone screen. Now, thanks to our publishing pals at Wiley, we can offer you something of an alternative: the BP 2011 app for iPhones and iPads (and iDolphins and iCanseco and other i-branded items available at an i-retailer near you). The app will be coming on line this week, at roughly the same moment when your postman should be stuffing the actual tome into your mailbox.

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We've got one in hand — and it's easier to lift!

We're a little over a week away from our official Amazon ship date, but I'm holding a bona fide copy of Baseball Prospectus 2011 which was overnighted from our publisher (Wiley). The express purpose of this express shipment is that I'm going to be making a television appearance this weekend. I’ll be a guest on the Fox Sports Extra show — that’s channel 5 and 705 (WNYW) here in New York City, at least on Time Warner Cable — on Sunday night at 10:30 PM Eastern, talking about the Yankees and Mets with host Duke Castiglione. This will be the third time I’ve been the guest on Duke's show, and while my appearances have been brief, it’s an honor to get any kind of air time in a major market, not to mention a whole lot of fun. It's also great exposure for our annual book, which will be making its way to you shortly.

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Where are we going, where have we been?

We’re starting to get dates together for our latest series of public outings, those days when we get sprung from mom’s basement and unleashed on an unready world. Here is what we have confirmed so far:

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Where in the World is Carmen, NJ and other book news.

Baseball Prospectus 2011 is close to hitting the street. It ships from our publisher's warehouse on Valentine's Day (BP is for lovers) and will start reaching shelves and Amazon and B&N pre-order recipients shortly after that. Despite an official street date of February 22, it should be around well before then.

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Announcing the 16th edition of our annual preseason guide.

I don't want to detract from anyone's faith in Santa Claus, but I know of one item that is not manufactured by elves. The Baseball Prospectus annual is elf-free, and I know that for a fact because I'm the guy who gets to watch it being built, stat by stat, metaphor by metaphor, and page by page. Then again, Kevin Goldstein might be an elf. I mean, he says he's not, but what proof has he really offered? As for Marc Normandin, I have a hard time believing he's not an elf myself--he's always hanging out in a tree, offering cookies to passersby.

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