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    In Figure 1 we can see a snapshot as of June 29th 2016 of the top major league starting pitchers by ERA. While this only shows basic statistics and is sort-able via any method listed in the columns, you can easily see how these numbers could be gathered, analyzed, and tabulated in a way that could quantify that the performance based on any number of different algorithms depending on what values you were looking for. For example, if someone were interested in who the most durable pitcher is that season, they may sort by innings pitched. If someone else thought the number of strikeouts was more valuable, that number could be the sort feature. Since there is no single set of statistics that every team uses, there’s no single algorithm that…

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    The Role of Statistics. A game of numbers, the Moneyball effect is considered start of professional baseball statistics. Statistics play the main role in baseball. It’s made a huge change in the way baseball runs and how players are evaluated and could be rated to be drafted. Every team uses statistics and it is not an even playing field. There are high salary cap teams and there are low salary cap teams. When statistic first became a huge role in baseball because low salary cap teams…

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    My Bagel Research Paper

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    There is an old man who owns his own bagel shop in New York City. He makes the bagels kosher so he gets a lot of business from his own jewish community. He also sees bankers right before they head off to work, tourists looking looking for the authentic New York morning experience and other ordinary sorts of people who want a good bagel for whatever reason. He greets every one of them with a smile and a “hello”, sometimes in english and sometimes in yiddish. They know him as the friendly man who…

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    5.1.2 Application usage The 28 players completed a total of 84 games during the 30 days. Game distribution was even, having basically the same number of games for each game type. According to the collected data, 1,000 and 2,000 steps challenges were preferred over longer step goal distances (see Table 5-2), suggesting that shorter and faster games were more appealing to players. Table 5-3 shows the distribution of players per game for each game type, or the data of invited players and…

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    “If you want the job at Lucca’s it is yours, you just have to come in and interview with Ken” Jasmine told me over the phone. “I need to know if you want it by the time I get off of work tonight” she continued, “I have to go, see you at eight when you pick me up.” Do I want to work at this restaurant? For Ken, the guy who keeps Jasmine late and calls her at the last minute? The guy who never gave her the raise? The guy who never cares about requested days off? Why would I want to work for a…

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    “If you would like the job at Lucca’s it is yours, you just need to come in and interview with Ken” Jasmine told me over the phone. “I need to know if you want it by the time I am off of work tonight” she continued, “I have to get back to work, see you at eight when you pick me up.” Do I want to work at this restaurant? For Ken, the guy who keeps Jasmine late and calls her at the last minute? The guy who never gave her the raise? The guy who never cares about requested days off? Why would I…

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    Back when I was in the fifth grade. I had three injuries back to back. First I broke my index finger, then ring finger, and finally my right collar bone. The first two where due to sports, but the last one was due to the fact that I was stupid. So pretty much I stayed hurt in fifth grade. I had found it to be so hysterical that all my injuries happened on my right side of my body. Well let me explain how I got them three injuries. Well, I have played baseball from Tee-ball from Babe…

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    Physics Of Baseball Essay

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    The game of baseball is a great game and is open to anyone that wants to play it. There is many way that baseball can be played. Baseball can be played but be called different things like wiffle ball, and stick ball. Also, baseball is a great sport because you stay active while you play. In addition baseball was made along time ago and the they use two different types of bats. There is lots of physics that goes into baseball and many pitches people can throw. The game of baseball started a long…

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    Swat - George Herman “Babe” Ruth was all of these and more (Happy Birthday, Babe Ruth, the ‘Sultan of Swat). He had rough childhood, went to a Catholic boarding school for boys (St. Mary’s), and still had a career in major league baseball; Ruth was an inspiration to people everywhere. Ruth was admired because of his hitting ability, the records he set, his fun-loving personality, and he was an impressive pitcher. Ruth is still considered the home run king and due to his amazing home run…

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    ordinary language? “When numbers acquire the significance of language, they acquire the power to do all things which language can do.” (Bill James) So what happens when you dare to let the numbers speak to you? Billy Beane was a young man destined by “popular opinion” to be a baseball legend. He had everything the conventional mind was looking for. His appearance, attitude and skill to the natural eye, showed promise. But what wasn’t seen on the outward, projected itself inwardly and Billy was…

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