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Baseball Between the Numbers: Why Everything You Know About the Game Is Wrong In the numbers obsessed sport of baseball, statistics don t merely record what players, managers, and owners have done Properly understood, they can tell us how the teams we root for could employ better strategies, put effective players on the field, and win games The revolution in baseball statistics that began in the s is a controversial subject that professionals and fans alike argue over without end Despite this fundamental change in the way we watch and understand the sport, no one has written the book that reveals, across every area of strategy and management, how the best practitioners of statistical analysis in baseball people like Bill James, Billy Beane, and Theo Epstein think about numbers and the game Baseball Between the Numbers is that book In separate chapters covering every aspect of the game, from hitting, pitching, and fielding to roster construction and the scouting and drafting of players, the experts at Baseball Prospectus examine the subtle, hidden aspects of the game, bring them out into the open, and show us how our favourite teams could win games This is a book that every fan, every follower of sports radio, every fantasy player, every coach, and every player, at every level, can learn from and enjoy

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10 thoughts on “Baseball Between the Numbers: Why Everything You Know About the Game Is Wrong

  1. Vbb Vbb says:

    Wonderful book

  2. ajra21 ajra21 says:

    if you like the modern sabermetric view of baseball, this book could well be for you it isn t for the regular baseball fan you need some understanding of the new statistics being utilised to evaulate the game, however you don t need to be anywhere near an expert chapters aren t linked, meaning it can be read out of order without losing track of where you are different authors pen d

  3. Christopher Lok Christopher Lok says:

    This book does a great job introducing the advanced statistics and does so in a very accessible way Some of the articles are out of date, but the core message of them still stands, there are better ways to quantify performance on the field rather than just the traditional stats you see in the boxscores or flashed on your television screen I would actually give this cook 4.5 stars if

  4. PompousMoose PompousMoose says:

    Although a little bit dated, it s a must read for anyone that wants to compare history s greatest baseball players on an even playing field and fantasy players looking for insight on the next great MLB player looking to make the jump from the MiLB.It is definitely not a casual read To get anything from the book, you have to devote some serious attention to it To really get a grasp of a

  5. Juan Javier Sada Borrego Juan Javier Sada Borrego says:

    Para comenzar la p gina me sorprendi al tener t tulos de libros editados en Estados Unidos y que b sicamente son imposibles de conseguir en M xico o bien quieren cobrar una fortuna por ellos En este caso fue un regalo, el cual llego en tiempo y la experiencia de compra lo mejor

  6. Claude Lacroix Claude Lacroix says:

    Wow, almost had to get back to school to read this one Lots of mathematical explanations abouts stats and mostly new ways to look a them I loved this book, and i ll read it one time eventually to be sure i ve got everything to know in this bible.

  7. Jim A Burns Jim A Burns says:

    Good starter to understand sabremetrics.

  8. Luis Manuel Pérez Luis Manuel Pérez says:

    Muy buena narrativa y f cil comprensi n Todo lo que necesita saber del baseball y mucho m s de que se imagina 100% recomendable

  9. Jeff Jeff says:

    Baseball is a game of statistics and probabilities, yet sabermetrics, as the study of advanced baseball statistics has come to be called, proves scientifically that much of what s been historically valued in baseball is wrong This book is broken down into case studies that definitively settle some of the hottest debates in baseball What s the ideal batting order When should you bring in a closin

  10. LS LS says:

    Certainly not a light and easy read, but if you enjoy statistics and baseball this book is incredible It gives great examples, and keeps the content light enough for a casual reader to enjoy, yet in depth enough for a statistician to be learning

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