Hey baseball fans!
I recently read the book "Rally Caps, Rain Delays and Racing Sausages: A Baseball Fan's Quest to See the Game from a Seat in Every Ballpark" by Eric Kabakoff and I wanted to share my thoughts with you about it. (Note: I will be referring to the book as RCRD&RCABFQTSTGFASIEB for short.)
So Kabakoff is a huge baseball fan and he decided to go to every single stadium in the MLB and write about his experience. This would seem like it should be a pretty short book, but there is so much awesome detail. Among other things, Kabakoff wanted to show the reader that each team has its own unique fan base and that he got to know those fan bases very well when he went to each ballpark. I loved reading about his adventures at each stadium, as it told the story of not only his life, but also how baseball has evolved over the past few decades.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book. I've been to several stadiums myself (ten, to be exact) and now I know exactly how the other stadiums are going to be, just by reading this book. RCRD&RCABFQTSTGFASIEB was a great read and it told the story of Major League Baseball in perfect fashion. I would definitely recommend getting it.
Well, I hope you go get this book by Eric Kabakoff because it really is excellent. Anyway, thanks for reading this post and I hope you enjoyed it. Check back soon for more of "all the buzz on what wuzz."