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Tag: Bill James
The only good tip on writing: Don’t read tips on writing
Does anyone write wisely about writing?
Once again, baseball writers cover themselves choosing Hall of Famers
Should ‘roids be allowed in the Hall of Fame? Baseball writers are putting themselves in their answers.
As another baseball season approaches so does another fantasy draft and another headache
Le Baseball Prospectus est arrive!
Baseball Prospectus 2012 is out, with a mixed forecast for the White Sox and Cubs
This is the year!
Ron Santo is finally inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Baseball’s bargain basement
Class warfare on the baseball diamond
Taking the bullpen by the horns
Bill James distills the disaster that was the White Sox last year.
A fresh look at the Soriano dilemma
Bill James presents contradictory evidence on whether Alfonso Soriano should bat leadoff.
What’s good for the Goose is less so for the Hawk
Goose Gossage gets an overdue place in the Baseball Hall of Fame, but Andre Dawson gets left behind — behind an undeserving Jim Rice.
Optimist or problem solver?
Ozzie Guillen wavers on whether to address problems — or wait for general manager Kenny Williams to do it.
Why can’t other sports use modern statistical analysis the way golf does?