- From SABR, the Society for American Baseball Research. (Wiktionary)
“It is pretty funny to see complaints about sabermetrics from a crowd that knows more about statistics because it is impossible to get great statistics in baseball.”
“He coined the word sabermetrics, which comes from the acronym for the Society of American Baseball Research.”
“I grew up as a big fan of Bill James and his analysis of baseball; it's now pretty much mainstream, but "sabermetrics" -- the systematic analysis of baseball statistics -- was absolutely revolutionary at the time.”
“In that year, as the film has it, Billy finds salvation from the A's relative poverty—relative most painfully to the filthy-rich Yankees—by putting into practice the theories of Bill James, who'd been preaching the gospel of so-called sabermetrics.”
“That the team has to look in a new direction, which in this case is the power of numbers, aka sabermetrics.”
“Much of this dates back to the growth of sabermetrics, which is essentially the application of advanced statistical analysis to baseball.”
“January 14th, 2010 Bill James is against sabermetrics trademarkBOSTON - Bill James, the father of the baseball statistical analysis known as sabermetrics, doesn't want the word to be trademarked.”
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