3531Re: AL Red Book, NL Green Book
- Mar 7 5:15 AMI haven't seen the Red and Green books in bookstores for several
years. I've also checked Amazon, but no luck there on the recent
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Tom Stillman
> Not everyone has access to a stadium press box. Very
> few people do. But I agree with Bill that a bookstore
> may be able to help. I have not seen the Red and
> Green Books at either Border's or Barnes and Noble
> where I do most of my book shopping. I assume you've
> checked Amazon?
> You might also contact the publisher directly. That
> was what I did to get a 2007 Rules Book since TSN
> stopped publishing those too!
> Tom Stillman
> --- Bill <mrnaturl@...> wrote:
> > I get my stock of books & the team media guides
> > straight from the
> > stadium press box.
> > I recall seeing the Red/Green books in B.Daltons at
> > one time. I don't
> > know if they still carry them ... I haven't been in
> > a book store for a
> > couple of years. I imagine that you could request a
> > retailer to order
> > them.
> > Bill
> > --- In email@example.com, "dsreyn"
> > <dreynolds@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Last year I picked up my copies on eBay, and I'm
> > sure I'll be able to
> > > do the same this year. However, it seems like it
> > should be possible
> > > to purchase these directly from MLB or some
> > retailer. I'm also
> > > curious how the people selling copies on eBay get
> > their stock. So,
> > > does anyone know of a source from which the
> > American League Red Book
> > > and National League Green Book may be purchased?
> > >
> > > Doug
> > >
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