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Analytics, metrics, or whatever you want to call it, works perfect for baseball. At least the individual player stats in my opinion. In baseball you can take Mike Trout and put him on any team and he'll basically have the same numbers. The only thing really effecting his hitting, other than himself, is who hits behind him. In football it matters who you play with on what team. This is why I find individual analytical stats(not team stats) really hard to grasp in other team sports other than baseball.Baseball is unique in that it is a very individualist team sport so you can break down every play that every player makes because he's pretty much the only one involved. This is what I see anyway. I could be way off the mark and I'd gladly listen to @kramer0 or anyone else tell me otherwise. P.S. I would love it if @kramer0 started a "getting to know analytics" thread. If he's up to it? Then we won't have to talk about it in here.
Cant wait for this tonight. Need to win it obviously. Hopefully a bear pit. Need the ref to fuck us over early doors.
Got a feeling it's going to be quiet and half empty tbh
I can't even give my ticket away.
Koeman said he's going to play the strongest team available.Will be interesting to compare it to the last game then.
That quote in itself worries me.
Me and my mate both got freebies as well.Shame, I love mid week games. Excuse tongrt out the house and pound a few pints innit.
Will be dissapointed if HIS strongest team contains Rooney,Siggy,Sandro, Klaassen, with no DCL or width.
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