Baseball record keeper vital

February 26, 2008 12:31 AM
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Spring training has begun and serious baseball handicappers are preparing by evaluating trades, scheduling, new faces and improvements by teams.

The 2008 Baseball Schedule & Record Keeper (180 pages, 11x8 plastic spiralbound, $29.95) can make all the difference in preparing and updating data. This book contains the full schedule of each team, room to list both starting pitchers, money line, posted total, final score, whether a team won or lost, home plate umpire, your wager, if you won or lost and space for miscellaneous notes.

”¡ For many poker players who don’t want or need marathon sessions which last longer than they expect, the book How to Beat Sit-&-Go Tournaments by Neil Timothy (176 pages, paperbound, $14.95) may just be the perfect guide. This work, containing 25 sections, explains what the sit-and-go is, discusses hold’em basics, explains the importance of position, early stage hand selection and short-handed play.