Quicklet On Moneyball By Michael Lewis The Quicklet Team Author
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Quicklets: Learn More. Read Less. If you want to learn everything you want to know about Moneyball without reading more than 200 pages, our Quicklet eBook is for you - just like CliffNotes, it's fast, fun, and you get the best material upfront! Moneyball was written by Michael Lewis, a non-fiction and financial writer, and a contributing editor to Vanity Fair magazine. Lewis, a life-long baseball fan, wrote the book after taking up an interest in Billy Beane's uncanny success with the low-budget Oakland A's of the early 2000's. It became a New York Times bestseller, and has been cited as a book that is accessible both to baseball fanatics and non-sports fans alike. The book was published in 2004, and has since generated buzz about a new era of management in baseball.CHAPTER OUTLINEIntroductionBackgroundList Of Important PeopleKey Terms & DefinitionsMain ThemesSummaryOverall SummarySummary Of Chapter 1: The Curse Of TalentSummary Of Chapter 2: How To Find A BallplayerSummary Of Chapter 3: The Enlightenment...and much moreAdditional ReadingMajor Reviews Of MoneyballRelated ArticlesDid You Know...?


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