"Armour and Levitt show us how the teams didn’t just rely on the players in the field but also on the team in the front office. It’s a must-own for those baseball fans interested in how the front office works." -- Daniel Solzman, Redbirdrants.com, May 31, 2015.

"This book is packed with similar anecdotes and insights. It entertains and informs. And while no book can provide a step-by-step guide that guarantees winning, it certainly demonstrates the common traits that successful organizations tend to have and how they've evolved over the years." -- Paul Hagen, mlb.com, May 12, 2015.

​"Armour and Levitt's book is an extremely exhaustive and still easily read survey of how front offices have evolved, changed and adapted to the changing conditions of the game. ... Much like Armour and Levit's previous collaboration Paths to Glory, this new book is a valued addition to the bookshelf, one that may remain there for years to come."  -- J. J. Cooper, Baseball America, May 8-22, 2015.

"With the amount of historical content locked in this book, it is impossible for the reader not to come out a smarter fan with each turn of the page." -- Cody Christie, Twins Daily, May 5, 2015.

"Read this book for its treasure trove of baseball history and because it is a damn good read." -- G. Louis Heath, Aethlon: The Journal of Sports LiteratureApril 22, 2015.

"We thank the authors for uncovering all kinds of previously written info about the men who deserve recognition." -- Tom Hoffarth,  insidesocal.com, April 18, 2015.

"This is an interesting casebook in the business of building winning teams."  One of Deadspin's "The Season’s Best Baseball Books," April 12, 2015.

"Four stars.  A smart work about an important aspect of the sport [for] those who wish to get an advanced education on the subject." -- Sports Book Review Center, April 9, 2015.

​​One of "8 books for Opening Day and beyond." The Christian Science Monitor, April 6, 2015.

​One of "6 New Business of Baseball Books." Forbes​, March 31, 2015.

One of "This week's must-read books."  -- New York Post, March 28, 2015.

"Any reader who has even a passing interest in baseball will enjoy reading this book." (5 out of 5 stars) -- The Guy Who Reviews Sports Books, March 22, 2015.