This provocative volume takes on the established view of baseball stats, undermining over a century's worth of baseball dogma. Law examines how allegiance to these old stats is firmly rooted in baseball's irrational adherence to tradition, and offers a clear-eyed discussion of the new stats that are helping teams win.
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