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Moneyball by Michael Lewis
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Apr 14, 12

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I'm impressed by how Lewis can clearly explain numbers. While I didn't find Moneyball gripping like some problem-solving-type people, I could at least appreciate how difficult this is to do well. Otherwise, I was only but so entertained.

I have only a basic knowledge of baseball rules and the drafting process, which is truly the only thing required of the reader to be engaged with this book. But, if you know nothing about the game, you shouldn't read it. The fact that I don't recognize the names of 99.9% of MLB players is probably helpful on a different level, as nothing subjective on my part was clouding the statistics and theories Lewis was presenting.
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