The Diamond Appraised

The Diamond Appraised None
  • Title: The Diamond Appraised
  • Author: Craig R. Wright Tom House
  • ISBN: 9780671677695
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Hardcover
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  • This is really of a 3.5 star review, but I m rounding up.An interesting dive into a number of baseball topics, though Wright does most of the writing and the occasional comment from Tom House doesn t exactly deliver on the cover s promise save for the Pete Rose chapter What s most interesting from a sabermetric perspective isn t any sort of new metric or way at looking at players, but a constant emphasis on understanding the context around the statistics There are a number of ideas here that wo [...]

  • Outstanding Although this was written in the late 1980s, its topics are still relevant 25 years later It covers many significant aspects of baseball that remain overlooked or underestimated by baseball s decision makers and coaches Wright strikes a great balance between his anecdotal and statistical evidence, only using statistics and charts graphs when absolutely necessary The charts that he uses are simple and effective I would love to see an update to this that examines the success of Wright [...]

  • Applied sabermetrics co written by a guy who worked for the texas Rangers years before the red Sox hired Bill James and leesser known folks like Voros McCracken and Eric Van The other co writer is Tom House the ex pitcher who caught Hank Aaron s record breaking home run back in 1974 He is an outside the box thinker I don t mean that as a compliment Wright, OTOH, had some interesting thoughts.

  • Fantastic book Names and stats are obviously a tad dated but solutions proposed by authors are intriguing and present common sense solutions to baseball problems.

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