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My Inability to Specialize Makes Me Special
A long time ago near the start of my career as an economist, my mentor at that time sat me down to tell me one word. “Specialize” he advised. I outwardly acknowledged his wisdom while secretly knowing that if specialization was necessary for success in our profession, then I was doomed. Since that conversation I’ve… Read more

Who is the Greatest Pitcher of All Time?
In my quest to create a predictive set of baseball statistics, I’ve stumbled upon a statistic by which we can assess who is the greatest batter over the last 100 years. So far, by adjusting only for bases, outs and batter age, I have Babe Ruth in front with Ted Williams hot on his heels.… Read more

Greatest of All Time and Still in His Prime?
6D baseball statistics rely on 288 discrete “locations” that result from the 6 dimensions of baseball: outs, first, second and third base, balls and strikes. This is kind of a “quantum” alternative to traditional baseball statistics. In fact, I might start calling it Quantum Baseball. I’ll explain this in greater detail in a later post.… Read more
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