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Sean Forman

Shows how out of the loop I am when it comes to keeping up with statistical terminology. In a previous entry, I attributed the term “Loogy” — an acronym for left-handed one-out guy — to Sean Forman, the creator of who contributes to the “Keeping Score” column in The New York Times. Forman subsequently […]

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Readers of The New York Times have noticed a shift in how the publication offers its baseball coverage these days. Gone (or rapidly going) are the regular columns of writers like Red Smith, George Anderson, George Vecsey, and Murray Chass. More often we have the succinct pieces and more numbers-oriented issues, such as Keeping Score, […]

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