Harvey Frommer brings the perceptive eye of an historian to what was arguablythe most feared batting order of all time. Add to that his contagious enthusiasmfor classic baseball and you have a most enjoyable book. -- Roger Kahn
The 1927 Yankees may or may not have been the best team ever, but surely thisis the best book about that wonderful concentration of talent. --George F. Will
A great eye for detail and a wonderful ability to bring his characters to life. Jonathan Eig, "The Luckiest Man"
Baseball's greatest team as recounted by baseball's greatest author. -- SethSwirsky, "Baseball Letters" and "Something to Write Home About"
Engrossing and entertaining look at a mythical baseball team. --LeighMontville, 'The Big Bam" Home run.
Sweet look back -- Dan Shaughnessy, "Senior Year"