What are the primary concepts of "Moneyball" and sabermetrics that coaches should borrow from and what are the myths?
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quote:Originally posted by Estone28:
- On Base % is more important than Batting Average
- Steals generally are useless because the risk outweighs the reward.
That sabermetrics is the end-all and be-all...and there is only one way to do it.
The chart would provide the trend it's what they do in those situations.quote:Originally posted by itsinthegame:
Charts probably wont help you when the guy gets a hit - steals second - steals third - smiles at you.
And then scores on a weak grounder to the second baseman.
quote:Originally posted by RJM:
The chart would provide the trend it's what they do in those situations.