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If you were at Politics and Prose in Washington this week, you were not only part of a rollicking event with perhaps the best crowd we've ever had…

…But you were there when Kevin Goldstein said that Baltimore's Adam Jones was a better player than Willie Mays. Next week the tour continues with three events: on 7 p.m. on Monday, March 15, Kevin, Marc Normandin, and yours truly will be appearing at the Boston University Barnes & Noble. The next day at noon, the three of us will be at Snell Library at Northeastern University at noon. Finally, on Thursday the 18th at 6 p.m., Christina and Kevin will share the stage at the DePaul University Loop Campus Bookstore. For details on all three events, please see the events page. A bit further down the road, on March 30, Christina and Kevin will be making another Chicago appearance with an afternoon booksigning, but we'll remind you of that as we draw closer.

 I've been doing the BP book tours for the last six years, and I can say without exaggeration that this has been the most enjoyable ramble we've had so far. We very much look forward to seeing you in Red Sox, Cubs, and White Sox territory for more baseball talk and wild claims on behalf of Adam Jones.