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Old Mon Mar 10, 2003, 03:04pm
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Looking around online, I have seen two books that piqued my interest. They appear to be published by Referee magazine. One is called "Working the Lead: Two-person Mechanics for the Lead Official", the other is "Working the Trail..."

Has anyone read either of these? Are they worth the $12?
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Sorry, Bits. Never seen either of them. Can't help you.

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Old Mon Mar 10, 2003, 08:17pm
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They're from the same people that publish the Officials Guidebook which I find to be very helpful and quality. I'd say they are both worth the $24 risk.
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Old Tue Mar 11, 2003, 08:09am
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I'm a big advocate of all their publications. The Officials Guidebook is excellent. Definitely worth the money.

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Old Tue Mar 11, 2003, 11:38am
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I agree, definitly well worth it. Nothing to lose and all to gain. Good luck.
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Old Tue Mar 11, 2003, 12:33pm
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I have both books and there are definately a good tool in your first cou0ple of years of HS ball. I reccomend all referee pulbications. I have used them for BB/SB, FB and BB and they have provided a good learning/review tool.
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