Sabernomics: Economic Thinking about Baseball
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|A blog on the economics in, and of, the game of baseball. Original tools and studies includes salary estimators, research on age and hitting and pitching, anti-trust and Major League Baseball, attendance and winning, Barry Bonds and walks, competition across eras, competitive balance, the designated hitter (DH) and hit-by-pitcher (HBP) connection, four-man rotation, lefty catchers, pitchers v. hitters, power and walks, predicting no-hitters, and "Change the Walk Rule?" With links to other blogs on baseball, Sabermetrics, statistics, and sports economics. Sabernomics comes from the acronym SABR, which stands for Society For American Baseball Research.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College|
|Resource Types:||Internet-Based Projects, Articles|
|Math Topics:||Data Analysis, Statistics, Economics, Sports|
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