“Star Trek: The Next Generation: 15 Fortune’s Light” Review by Deep Space Spines

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Deep Space Spines has a review up for ‘s “Star Trek: The Next Generation: 15 Fortune’s Light“:

This week, while Riker plays undercover spy, Data plays third base. With the Priority One message not going to him and having to put the Enterprise in park in case Riker gets deep in it, Picard isn’t quite sure what to do with all this free time. How did Riker get into jazz? How would this book be different if Data read the Baseball Prospectus? What did Michael Jan Friedman get right and wrong about the state of baseball in the 21st century? It’s the book that’s handed out for free by the Church of the Center Field Bleachers.

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