I just finished reading John Feinstein’s Where Nobody Knows Your Name: Life In the Minor Leagues of Baseball.
In this book, Feinstein focuses on the stories of eight primary real-life characters (players, managers and an umpire) during the 2012 Triple-A season. And, in doing so, he gives us an incredible window into what life is like just below the major leagues.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Feinstein is a story-teller extraordinaire. And, I highly recommend his latest work.
Where Nobody Knows Your Name: Life In the Minor Leagues of Baseball is not only one of the best baseball books of 2014, but, I would consider it as one that must be included in any “Essential Baseball Library.” Any and every baseball fan will find it to be a page-turner that they cannot put down.