Baseball

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Cooperstown, Ground Zero for Altmetrics

The altmetrics movement is a key aspect of scholarly communications today. We can learn more about altmetrics by studying the statistical analysis of baseball. Continue reading

What Cricket Looks Like to Americans

Yes, American baseball is a subtle game full of grass, dirt, leather, and wood. But if you’re a cricket fan, it can be downright bewildering. This video will show you how we feel about cricket. Continue reading

Umpiring and Peer-Review: Why a Perfect Game Is Still a Perfect Game

When clearly observable facts are ignored and post-hoc analysis abandoned, great achievements can be undercut by injustices. Continue reading

Side Dishes by Stewart Wills

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