Sabermetrics In Baseball Case Study

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The use of statistics in baseball has been around for years, but it was not until 2001, when the General Manager of the Oakland Athletics, Billy Beane, sought to use sabermetrics to evaluate players. Beane’s thought process was to focus on the statistics of players which were more closely linked to winning games, as opposed to great individual traditional statistics. This type of thinking allowed Beane to put together a very competitive baseball team at a fraction of the price other teams were paying to be

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