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Caple has written a book The Devil Wears Pinstripes (ISBN 0-452-28598-4) which, according to Amazon.com, "takes on the rabid fans of baseball’s twenty-six-time World Champions, and offers a decidedly different slant on the New York Yankees—the losers of thirteen World Series." Caple has also delighted in the misery of Red Sox Nation when he said in mid-June 2012 that the Red Sox being in last place may be the best thing he saw for the season.
Caple, always the consummate professional and all around good guy, has also offered sage advice to readers with tidbits such as, "I don't think it's appropriate to walk up to a stranger and say, 'Hey, you look fat. Mind if I carry you around for awhile?'"
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- "Rooting for the hometown boys". ESPN. Retrieved 31 May 2010.
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- "The Amazing Race". Espn.go.com. 2005-07-05. Retrieved 2015-04-08.
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