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3 thoughts on “The sinister first baseman and other observations

  1. Thom Thom says:

    This is a collection of observations about baseball a style also used by Bill James as far back as 1977 Unlike James these are not all stats and run the gamut from why first basemen and good hitters are freuently left handed to describing baseball to a Martian I found it from a collection of the best baseball books that are also freely availableNearly everybody who reads baseball has heard of Bill James but who is Eric Walker? When this book was published he was a sports writer in California and also an electrical engineer Good combination After being hired by Sandy Alderson he was the guy who wrote a somewhat technical report describing his analytical approach for new assistant GM Billy Beane who later remarked that in reading that report it was as if the scales fell from his eyes So ultimately without Eric Walker there would have been no Moneyball The Art of Winning an Unfair Game This resume was all after publishing this bookThe articles vary The stats aren't always that plain to follow and I'm a math guy who likes baseball The observations sometimes ramble It is possible he picked some of this up from Bill James but some of his observations are uite uniue and overall the book is very approachable Oh yeah and free I found it at if you like baseball you should probably give it a try


  2. Erik Johannessen Erik Johannessen says:

    The term sportswriter conjures up several connotations about the uality of writing most not terribly flattering The job itself is usually part analyst part gossip columnist at least when it has time to rise above wire reporter under a deadline By that definition Eric Walker is not a sportswriter Eric Walker is a writer period and a damn fine one at that This collection of essays no connected than that their subject is some aspect of the game of baseball add up to a fascinating examination of the game its intricacies and its impact on and implications for our society at large Few other writers could tackle both the physics of how a curveball works and then how baseball is an allegory for American life let alone pull it off seamlessly in the same volume Walker also probes deeply into uncovering the misconceptions and myths of the game including the uselessness of statistics such as RBIs and errors; some of these thoughts seem basic now but they were certainly heretical when they were written thirty years ago and they served to influence the statistical revolution that has overtaken baseball and indeed all the major sports From this vantage point Walker seems prescient on a number of scoresI've read many baseball books over the years so it was surprising to me when I didn't just enjoy reading this book and I did but that I learned so much about a game I thought I knew so well If you don't care for baseball feel free to skip this book except perhaps the introduction which is an excellent mediation on the purpose and nature of introductions themselves but if you love baseball I can't recommend any book higher than this


  3. Gary Geiger Gary Geiger says:

    A forgettable book IMO I gave my copy away to someone I met online who was interested than I


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