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Patrick Gordon

  • joined Feb 27, 2010
  • last login Dec 30, 2013
  • posts 9
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Was the Dominican Republic deserving of the World Baseball Classic title?

I completed some research a few months back regarding a statistical way to compare baseball teams across eras and developed a concept called the Greatness Number. Studying dozens of baseball...

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A new "expert" take on fantasy baseball for 2013 - looking for people up to a sabermetric challenge

I'm tired of the same fantasy baseball categories every year. Studies show the traditional categories have a poor correlation to winning, so why do we go crazy about them? I'm looking for...

Performances in April Mean Little When Forecasting Success

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Everyone wants to see their team succeed in April, but a new study shows success in the first month may not translate to a strong finish.

A Landmark Week for Baseball Historians

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Finally, baseball fans interested in the Negro Leagues have some viable statistics to examine. Numbers that would have taken weeks and months to find and compute are now available at fingertips.

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Comparing Andy Pettitte to Recent Inductees in the Hall of Fame

Over a 16-year career Pettitte has a career winning percentage of .635. He’s won five championships with the Yankees and was a three-time All-Star. His career ERA+ sits at a sparkling 117.But, is...

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Quantifying the quality of the Phillies 2011 offense

There is no simple way to quantify differences between offenses across seasons, but it is obvious this year's Phillies offense is not performing at a level comparable to the club's past three...

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Sabermetric Study: Baseball's best starting rotation

Fans and experts alike have heralded the Phillies 2011 starting rotation as one of the best in major league history. Patrick Gordon of the Philadelphia Baseball Review takes a look at a few of...

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Ranking the Phillies World Series Teams Using Isolated Slugging

Ranking the great Philly teams using Isolated Slugging. 2009 Team was kinda good.

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Comparing offensive sabermetrics among World Series teams

ORIGINALLY POSTED ON www.philadelphiabaseballreview.com By Patrick Gordon, Managing Editor PBR - High expectations surround the Phillies entering the 2010 season.To further understand these...

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