Full Count is good, but not great. At just 250 pages, I think a lot more research could have gone into it - specifically dealing with the pre-1992 period. It would have been interesting to learn how Toronto was awarded a franchise and their early struggles in the late 70s/early 80s. But none of that is covered and the Bobby Cox era is only discussed in a few pages. The book deals mostly with the J.P. Riccardi years, which are covered in great detail. So if you're interested in the Jays from around 2001-2012, you might want to have a look at this book. However, if it's a more comprehensive history of the Toronto Blue Jays you desire, Jeff Blair's Full Count will only leave you wanting more.