Monday, April 21, 2008
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I'm behind on my shameless self-promotion
Last week's conference, combined with the start of Passover, has caused me to get behind in the self-promotion department.
My latest commentary for Marketplace was last Friday, and discussed the Oakland A's and Billy Beane five years after the publication of Moneyball:
The popularization of sabermetrics has left Beane with less of an advantage -- it's harder to find diamonds in the rough when everyone else is mining the same territory. The A's are not struggling because of "Moneyball"'s failure -- they are struggling because of its success.Listen to the whole thing. posted by Dan on 04.21.08 at 03:03 PM
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