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The Baseball Economist : The Real Game Exposed
by J. C. Bradbury

Overview - "Freakonomics" meets "Moneyball" in this provocative exposA(c) of baseballas most fiercely debated controversies and some of its oldest, most dearly held myths
Providing far more than a mere collection of numbers, economics professor and popular blogger J.C.
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Overview
"Freakonomics" meets "Moneyball" in this provocative exposA(c) of baseballas most fiercely debated controversies and some of its oldest, most dearly held myths
Providing far more than a mere collection of numbers, economics professor and popular blogger J.C. Bradbury, shines the light of his economic thinking on baseball, exposing the power of tradeoffs, competition, and incentives. Utilizing his own asabernomica approach, Bradbury dissects baseball topics such as:
a Did steroids have "nothing" to do with the recent homerun records? Incredibly, Bradburyas research reveals steroids probably had little impact.
a Which players are ridiculously overvalued? Bradbury lists all players by team with their revenue value to the team listed in dollarsaincluding a dishonor role of those players with negative valuesaupdated in paperback to include the 2007 season.
a Does it help to lobby for balls and strikes?
Statistics alone arenat enough anymore. This is a refreshing, lucid, and powerful read for fans, fantasy buffs, and playersaas well as coaches at all levelsawho want to know what is "really" happening on the field.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780452289024
  • ISBN-10: 0452289025
  • Publisher: Penguin Group USA
  • Publish Date: February 2008
  • Page Count: 337


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