Baseball, almost from the moment Craig Robinson saw it, was more than a sport. It was a nearly infinite ocean of information that begged to be organized. He realized that understanding the game, which he fell in love with as an adult, would never be possible just through watching games and reading the sports section. His obsession grew into this dizzyingly fun collection of full-color graphics on the game’s history, rivalries, clubs, quirks, and outright absurdities. Statistics—the secret language of the national pastime—have never been this fun.