Honoring Good Players Who Played on Terrible Teams - 1920 to 1999
There’s a new award in the baseball universe.
The I Am Not a Baseball Bozo award (INBB) is given to the players who had awesome seasons on the very worst major league baseball teams of all time.
When things are going wrong, it’s easy to give up. But these hearty diamond denizens managed to play some incredible ball even if they couldn’t help their teams win.
A few years ago, a mysterious man with a propeller beanie formed a committee of three baseball experts to award the INBBs. But after a late-night raid, these three men were replaced by three other men, and award season was on.
I Am Not a Baseball Bozo: Honoring Good Players Who Played on Terrible Teams (1920-1999) is a compendium of their extensive research and work. Here’s a stat-driven, humorous look at some of the brightest diamonds in the rough in baseball history.
Will your favorite non-bozo take home the hardware?
by Chris Williams
Page Count: 148
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Publish Date: September 29, 2021
Imprint: Sunbury Press
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