March 2015 archive

Mets & Nats Make Me Sad

Yesterday the Mets and Nationals played a largely forgettable game in a string of largely forgettable spring training games that was interesting because Curtis Granderson and Michael Cuddyer both hit home runs (both firsts on the year and likely the only time the two of them go yard in the same game this year) and …

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Spend a Little, Win Big

In my grad school class reading this morning I came across fun project management metrics such as cost variance and cost performance index, which are used to determine how much has been spent compared to the expected cost. Of course, as I was reading this, my mind wandered over to baseball (probably due to me …

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Hello Spring! Welcome Back Matt Harvey!

While I like to think of the offseason as a chance for players and bloggers to work on their respective games, the return of actual games is always welcome. I enjoy researching and writing about win-loss records in close games, Mets team salary breakdowns, and salary increases by position over the years, but watching real …

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