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As every other revi Maybe a little too deep at times into the Milwaukee Brewers organization and baseball commissioners, which even the biggest baseball nerds can only care about so much, but great journalism, enough actual baseball details and personality to make it a fun read today.
As every other review will note, this book chronicles one early summer game between the Brewers and Orioles, two great teams with vastly different managers.
Nearly every pitch is described, with varying detail, and the events lead to background about each player, manager, third base coach, wife, whoever.
The 9-inning thing is clever because it gives a sort of "plot" where there might not otherwise be one. This book gives great detail into what goes on between and during pitches on the field as well as off.
It's obviously a cat-and-mouse game between pitcher and batter, but it kind of boggles the mind to see just how far a manager would go to make a batter think they're going inside instead of away.
Playing your outfielders to pull just to make the batter think he's getting an inside pitch, only to throw it away, even though your outfielders aren't set up for it??
It has enough baseball nerd stuff to keep the fantasy baseball guys interested and enough quotes and anecdotes about players to make it good everyday reading.
Again, i guess only complaint is just a little too much behind the scenes at times. I can only care so much about ownership politics.
Also the author has an epilogue trying to compare the early s baseball to earlier generations, without making a single mention of steroids of course a factor in the 80s as well , or Barry Bonds when talking about great players.
I wanted to like this book. It's Daniel Okrent writing about baseball, for crying out loud!! Unfortunately, Nine Innings fell flat.
I think my main problem was it was the wrong era of baseball. I read and loved Three Nights in August , which is a similar in-depth treatment of a three-game series by the St.
Louis Cardinals in But as someone who became a baseball fan in the early s, reading in exhaustive detail about teams, players, and staff from the early s just wa Bleh.
But as someone who became a baseball fan in the early s, reading in exhaustive detail about teams, players, and staff from the early s just wasn't fun.
After a certain point, my eyes would start to glaze over, particularly when it was taking dozens of pages to get through a single at bat, with the knowledge I had an entire nine innings to slog through.
Okrent's writing style didn't help. If you were a big baseball fan in the early s or swear allegiance to the Brewers or Orioles, this might be a worth a read.
Nov 06, Reid Mccormick rated it it was ok Shelves: I think it is a very poetic game. Each game was wonderful characters and multiple storylines that I can sit and watch while eating a hot dog.
Many people I know are not affectionate towards baseballs. In some cases, I know people who hate baseball. They find it slow, boring and odd.
After reading 9 Innings by Daniel Okrent, I understand a little how they feel. This book dragged on and on. Okrent is a great writer, but his transitions from the game and story were very wide.
By th I love baseball. By the time he got back to the game, I had already forgotten everything. I forgot the batter, the score, the situation, everything.
His stories were at times good. However, the other characters were forgettable for me. The idea of the book was the intricacies of an ordinary baseball game, but in the end I was bored.
Mar 21, Doug Dams rated it really liked it. This book is about a June 10, baseball game between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Baltimore Orioles.
It details the action of each inning and the strategy used by both managers. It also tells about the stories on and off the field that led to the game.
This includes how contracts were negotiated, players acquired, the personalities of the general managers and owner Bud Selig.
Plus it lets you into the club house to see how these different personalities interacted. It's a very interesting re This book is about a June 10, baseball game between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Baltimore Orioles.
It's a very interesting read for any baseball fan, even more so for a Milwaukee Brewers fan like myself. I thought I knew the players from the team very well, but even I learned things about each ballplayer.
All in all it was an entertaining book that lets you see the game from an entirely different viewpoint. In the future, the baseball games I watch will be a lot different knowing what goes on behind the scenes.
I'm glad my nephew lent me this book. Jan 25, Harry rated it it was amazing. Superb breakdown of how a baseball game works, out by out, inning by inning.
SUPER detailed, but if you ever wanted to have an idea about what is really going on down on the field, this is a fine book for it.
Dec 21, A. Bowdoin Van Riper rated it liked it Shelves: Nine Innings gives you exactly what it says on the label: A description, in minute detail, of a single baseball game between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Baltimore Orioles.
Daniel Okrent follows the action, pitch-by-pitch and out-by-out, through nine chapters: The result is a narrative far more richly textured than any sports-section write-up or broadcast play-by-play — more richly textured, perhaps, than any ever published in book form.
Okrent is not content, however, to j Nine Innings gives you exactly what it says on the label: Okrent is not content, however, to just narrate the action.
At seemingly every opportunity he pulls back from a particular event on the field to add background and context. Milwaukee owner and later baseball commissioner Bud Selig and Baltimore manager Earl Weaver, whose decisions set the stage for much of what happens on the field, loom large, but even equipment managers and absent players Cecil Cooper of the Brewers, sidelined by injury get their moments.
That Okrent has filled that gap is, all by itself, praiseworthy. Truly loving and, likely finishing this book requires relishing the details for their own sake.
Even if your thirst for inside baseball has limits, however, Nine Innings is worth dipping into, at least for a few at-bats.
Mar 14, David Longo rated it it was amazing. I have read a lot of baseball books and Daniel Okrent ' s "Nine Innings: The Anatomy of a Baseball Game" is the most original and clever of them all, if not the best.
An otherwise mundane game in the middle of June between the Baltimore Orioles and the Milwaukee Brewers hardly seems like cause for a book, even if these were very good teams with a number of future Hall of Famers connected to each.
Yet the mundane is what makes "Nine Innings" so engrossing. As an example, as Paul Molitor steps in to bat at one point, a player I have long admired and thought I knew a lot about, Okrent takes me to places I have never been before.
While awaiting, say, a pitch, the reader is invited on a ride that turns into how highly touted a youngster Molitor was, what position he best excelled at, why the Brewers moved him to third base, the animosity switching his position caused in the clubhouse, the delicate balance of an entire make-or-break transition this would become, Molitor's relationship with fellow great Robin Yount, Yount's own amazing baseball ride, and so much more.
It's basically a speedy biography What Okrent does with Molitor, that is, the separate tales he interweaves, he does throughout with dozens of people, and not just star players like Eddie Murray, Rollie Fingers, Ted Simmons and the aforementioned Yount.
You'll learn about the minor leagues, in-game strategies, Cal Ripken before he was the Cal Ripken of yore, scouting, labor issues, things that happened in the game in the s, Ben Oglivie 's bilingualism and ridiculous IQ, fragile Jim Palmer ' s Jockey waistband size and his even more fragile, bizarre relationship with his nutty manager, Earl Weaver, and so much more.
In a word, wow! For me, "Nine Innings" was great even if for only going back to the days of my youth. What I got in addition was learning intimate stories about ballplayers known and unknown, and shedding a whole new light on what otherwise were faces on baseball cards.
Simply stated, I could not put this book down and I read it in two days. Baseball by a historian, which Okrent is, who loves baseball more than historywhat could be better?
Very good, in-depth and often professorily-written account of a game between the Baltimore Orioles and Milwaukee Brewers, played in Milwaukee, in June of This is a book that is so in-depth--in baseball in general and to the one game in question--that p Very good, in-depth and often professorily-written account of a game between the Baltimore Orioles and Milwaukee Brewers, played in Milwaukee, in June of This is a book that is so in-depth--in baseball in general and to the one game in question--that probably only hardcore fans will be able to stand it.
I'm one of those, so I enjoyed it, but a casual fan might find this hard to get through. Okrent's often tedious writing--he uses a lot of really big words, and likes to start paragraphs with "indeed"--and the lack of salaciousness that's an example of his writing right there will make the casual fan flip through it, looking for the salty parts.
Such a reader will be disappointed; there aren't any. The serious fan will find names he's familiar with: Bud Selig; Rollie Fingers. Pete Vukovich, who won the Cy Young Award winner in and gone from the sport just a few years later, only to find real fame as Clu Hayworth, who led the league in "many offensive categories, including nosehairs," in the film Major League.
And Bob Uecker, broadcaster Harry Doyle in the same movie, is also in the book, but only and surprisingly very briefly. He's not described as you might expect.
Very interesting if, like me, you started watching baseball during that time. I started very seriously watching in and , just long enough to know that Ed Romero was a back-up infielder for the Brewers before he came over to the Red Sox, where he continued his average fielding and below-average hitting.
Anyway, if you're really into baseball, and you know who Earl Weaver and Jim Gantner were, and if you care why the hit-and-run is a better play in some situations than in some others, then this book is for you.
Apr 17, Robert Palmer rated it really liked it. You will never watch baseball the same way after reading this book. This is not a play by play account of a game that you might read in the next days news paper.
The game in question takes place on June 10 in Milwaukee between the Brewers and the Baltimore Orioles, Okrent gives a detailed breakdown and an enormous amount of background of each team and shows us how games are won or lost long before they take place.
There was nothing special about this game,the Orioles had won the first three You will never watch baseball the same way after reading this book.
There was nothing special about this game,the Orioles had won the first three games of a four game series and this last was won by the Brewers it was a must win game In the last games of the season the two teams were matched up again for another four game series in Baltimore and at the time the two teams were tied for the league lead in this series the Orioles won the first and second games and Brewers than won the next two games and went on to win the American League Pennant in playoffs against the California Angels, they lost the World Series in seven games to the St.
I don't know if this book would appeal to anyone that is not already a baseball fan, but if you are then this is is a must read book, also if you live in or are from Milwaukee you might enjoy it as Okrent writes much about that great city and it's people.
Whoever wants to know the heart and mind of America had better learn baseball and the rules and realities of the game. I couldn't finish this book.
It's a new "tradition" for me to read baseball books during the offseason and I'm being kept from other baseball books because I'm having such a hard time getting thru this one.
It has a very loose skeleton built around one ballgame of 9 innings from The dust jacket describes it as the "anatomy of the game as seen thru nine innings"--and that's what sold me on the boo I couldn't finish this book.
The dust jacket describes it as the "anatomy of the game as seen thru nine innings"--and that's what sold me on the book. I love it when the game gets dissected, when baseball can feel so scientific, when statistics and variables are thrown around, when analysis puts the millions of little things under a microscope in order to understand this game, even if a complete understanding is impossible.
However, it's more like the "9 innings" is an excuse to go off on long tangents about the groundskeeper, the manager, one specific player, the weather, or whomever, only to come back, out of the blue, to a description of the game the book is centered around.
And usually I found myself confused for a few paragraphs as to whether the author was now back to talking about the game or was he still on some other game, some other tangent.
Overall, these tangents aren't all that bad. It might just be that I can't find much to care about in the Brewers and Orioles. The confusion of the "storyline," though, is too frustrating.
So I give up! Mar 01, Jim rated it really liked it Shelves: The premise of this book is to give the reader a detailed pitch-by-pitch analysis of a mid-season baseball game.
The author chose a game between the Brewers and Orioles on June 10th of the season to write about. I thought it was very well done and I think that most true fans of The premise of this book is to give the reader a detailed pitch-by-pitch analysis of a mid-season baseball game.
I thought it was very well done and I think that most true fans of the game would agree with me. Okrent dives deep to give you a glimpse into the many factors that led to the lineups that were on the field that day.
This is a book that is loaded with detailed behind the scenes insight. The reader is shown why trades that occurred years before were still effecting the game between the Brewers and Orioles and how each player and manager tried to gain some advantage on each and every pitch.
The book even begins by explaining why the Milwaukee infield was manicured just so. Aug 31, Kerfe rated it really liked it Shelves: A book for those who not only enjoy baseball, but also all the stats and moves that cause games to turn or teams to rise or fall.
The ripple effects of many decisions and working styles come together here in one game. It's fascinating to see it both condensed and elaborated in that way.
Bud Selig, here as Brewers' owner, demonstrates why he, and by extension no one else who has ever been directly involved as either owner or player, should be Commissioner of Baseball.
Hall of Fame players, owners, A book for those who not only enjoy baseball, but also all the stats and moves that cause games to turn or teams to rise or fall.
Hall of Fame players, owners, managers or coaches both present and past, and those who have long since been forgotten by the general public--all have their part to play in determining the outcome of the game.
As anyone who listens to the Yankees on the radio knows, John Sterling is fond of saying that "you can't predict baseball". This book supports his often-repeated statement.
And of course you can extrapolate to life in general, how all that happens is the sum of many actions coming together at this particular moment to produce this particular result.
How intent and chance interact in ways that can never fully be predicted or explained. How every move we make is really a gamble--we play the odds as best we can, but the ending is never certain.
Even those who usually sit on the bench can totally change the outcome of the game sometimes. Jan 29, Steve rated it really liked it.
It's the story of a particular baseball game, played on June 10, , between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Baltimore Orioles, and the story of how those two teams, the players, the management, and the owners, came to be there that day.
I had loved Okrent's writing in the Prohibition book I read a few months back, so I jumped at the chance to see what he had to say about my favorite game.
He does a masterful job of jumping back and forth between peeking behind the curtain into the personalitie It's the story of a particular baseball game, played on June 10, , between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Baltimore Orioles, and the story of how those two teams, the players, the management, and the owners, came to be there that day.
He does a masterful job of jumping back and forth between peeking behind the curtain into the personalities and thought processes of those involved, and retaining all the descriptive and analytic power of a focused spectator.
Bonus points for giving me so much background on the trade that took Ted Simmons away from the Cardinals, which confused the heck out of me back when it happened in late The game he chose turned out to be a particularly entertaining one, and I loved his ability to make even routine plays truly fascinating through a combination of anecdote and well honed description.
It's January, pitchers and catchers report in a few weeks, and I really, really want to watch some baseball right now! May 21, David rated it liked it.
A darn good baseball book, back in print. Okrent annotates an ordinary mid-season game between two American League clubs, the Milwaukee Brewers and the Baltimore Orioles on 10 June , covering just about every aspect of the game on and off the field—from equipment management, to the history and physiology of the slider, to negotiations for broadcast rights.
He chose his game wisely, as it saw several lead changes and the winning run wasn't scored until the bottom of the eighth.
The home team A darn good baseball book, back in print. The home team Milwaukees, struggling in the win column and playing under an interim manager, prevailed, At the time, Cal Ripken, Jr.
Reporters submitted stories over TI Silent terminals. As with many games themselves, the book bogs down a little bit in the middle innings as Okrent elaborates upon s labor relations.
The lack of references in the book is unfortunate, and it's not always clear how the index entries were selected. Jun 06, Patrick Crowley rated it it was amazing.
Okrent is a master of detail, making the reader realize that only in the sport of baseball could the extraordinary become commonplace.
I am a Milwaukee native and lifelong Brewers fan, so I am partial to the book not just because it features my often-overlooked team but also because it captures the highest point of the franchise- the season- and the aligned stars which made it possible.
The players are men, not myths, and the grittiness of the two cities and their respective clubs engages t Okrent is a master of detail, making the reader realize that only in the sport of baseball could the extraordinary become commonplace.
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