Re: [hockhist] Keeping Total Hockey
> Keep all editions, without question. I sit with five of the six editions
> Total Baseball behind me and both editions of Total Hockey in front of me.the
> (I regret not buying TB2 in paper, I did get it in CD form but it is not
> same. I am still looking for it with a nice dust jacket.)previous
> Each edition will be different and you will one day want to back to
> editions.Well, space becomes an issue after a while (at least to Betsy, my
> Also, it just looks cool to have a complete run of any set.
> John Matthew IV
girlfriend). I have every Bill James book, almost every Baseball America
publication, most of the "Total" books, football, baseball & hockey annuals
going back 20 years, biographies, media guides, etc. plus motorsports,
soccer & wrestling (oh, shut up!).
In fact, I ran out of shelf space a while ago and gave away some stuff to
people on this list.
I guess the question should be "What is in the first edition that is not in
the second edition, and is worthwhile keeping?"