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I came across this article about Sig Mejdal and Jeff Luhnow, formally of the St.L. Cardinals and now of the Astros. Interesting insights into analytics in a MLB front office.

Being a "stats guy" is more than just looking over numbers on baseball-reference? Someone should tell SG.

What's a regression?

Sorry, its a pdf. The article starts on page 28:

http://www.jmp.com/landing/foreword_pdf/jmpforeword10.pdf

(Its a trade mag, so there's plenty of hype for the software. Ignore that bit).

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I came across this article about Sig Mejdal and Jeff Luhnow, formally of the St.L. Cardinals and now of the Astros. Interesting insights into analytics in a MLB front office.

Being a "stats guy" is more than just looking over numbers on baseball-reference? Someone should tell SG.

What's a regression?

Sorry, its a pdf. The article starts on page 28:

http://www.jmp.com/landing/foreword_pdf/jmpforeword10.pdf

(Its a trade mag, so there's plenty of hype for the software. Ignore that bit).

I know it wasn't intentional but the title has me cracking up.

And yes I have my fair share of typos.

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