Monthly Archives: January 2010

The New Golf Math: Bringing the Stat Revolution to the PGA Tour

By John Ezekowitz While other sports such as baseball and basketball have had statistical revolutions over the past decade or so, golf has been stuck in the stats dark ages. Watch a PGA Tour broadcast and you will see the … Continue reading

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(Supplement to the) Guest Post on the LoHud Yankees Blog

By David Roher I wrote a guest post for the LoHud Yankees Blog that appears this morning. I’m very grateful to Chad Jennings and Sam Borden for giving me the opportunity to write a piece for the best beat blog … Continue reading

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The Media, Mark McGwire, and Chew

By David Roher Mark McGwire may have taken steroids, but he didn’t get the mileage out of them that Mike Lupica has. Lupica benefited from the 1998 home run chase, publishing a book about it a few months after its … Continue reading

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What Went Wrong with the Hall of Fame Vote

By David Roher It seems to me that most of the negative response to this afternoon’s Hall of Fame vote is going to be focused on Andre Dawson’s getting in, which is unfortunate. I wouldn’t have voted for him, but … Continue reading

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