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(Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game) By Lewis, Michael (Author) Paperback on (03 , 2004) (Anglais)

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I was told "it's not only for baseball fans", but I have to confirm that for me it was!
Don't get me wrong, the content focussing on dedication and drive is great, but it all goes down to baseball games. Not my thing.
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Par Alexandre MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 29 novembre 2011
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I used to teach statistics and econmetrics, I used to play baseball in France so I bought this book is for me :-). Like every others books of Michael Lewis, this one is very interesting. Easy to read even if you're not a statistician or a baseball player, this book is well documented. I've had pleasure to read it and learn lots of things. I recommend it to my students in master of finance.
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A book about baxeball -- a real story. But you do need to know a bit about baseball culture and the stats or you might be overwhelmed by it all.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brilliant book about a baseball revolution 20 juin 2015
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Read this book only if you are prepared to realize that much of what you thought you knew about baseball is nonsense. This book is an amazing eye-opener about a then radical new way of managing a pro baseball team that allowed the dirt-poor Oakland A's to win as many games as the fat-cat NY Yankees. Using detailed statistical analysis created by baseball fans like Bill James who wanted to know how to make better teams in their fantasy baseball leagues, Oakland GM Billy Beane drafted or traded for players other teams considered sub-standard or worn-out and Oakland became a post-season threat despite having the second lowest payroll in the major leagues. Although the baseball establishment reacted with horror and contempt to having its time-honored methods of choosing players challenged, the approach used in Moneyball has been widely adopted by many teams including the Boston Red Sox who won the World Series shortly after doing so. Since reading this book I laugh every time I hear an announcer use the phrase, "productive out", knowing that over the long haul it's teams that don't trade outs for bases that win more games. The Moneyball approach remains controversial with many fans and baseball industry insiders--it's more fun to watch someone bunt a runner to second than it is to watch that hitter draw a walk--but the numbers show that over time the walks are more valuable to a team. Regardless of how much you agree with Bill James and Billy Beane, this is a terrific book that will make you really think about how the game of baseball works.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 This will be required reading for my children as they get older! 15 mars 2017
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Moneyball will go down as one of my favorite books. Lewis does an incredible job putting the reader in the As organization. I felt like I was there as this story happened. I experienced all range of emotions (including tears and laughter) as I read through the pages. This was one of those books that you don't want to put down. If you've seen the movie the book! The stories not captured by the movie are so emotional and entertaining. At the end of the book your left with the feeling that there are multiple was to value people and things in your life. Some people will hate you for your views but it doesn't mean you should change yourself or your views. Go out and prove your right.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I don't like baseball. Let's put that out there 22 novembre 2016
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I don't like baseball. Let's put that out there. This book helped me outline exactly what it is that I don't like about baseball, and how to explain that to the baseball fanatics I'm surrounded by. It's well written and an interesting take on 'america's game'. It had me considering some of the reasons why I don't enjoy baseball and led me to do further research on the game.

Good book.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Diehard Met fan hoping this is why these guys are the new management... 16 mars 2011
Par Amod A. Vaze - Publié sur
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I figured since the new braintrust of the New York Mets figures so prominently in the entire 'Moneyball' philosophy, it makes sense for me as a fan to read this book. I'm glad I did because, as a life-long baseball fan, it changed my perspective of the game. It also helped me understand why Billy Beane was a bust for the Mets, considering I was a kid when Billy Beane was drafted and I remember all the hoopla about him back then.

If you are a Met fan and you can't make sense out of the moves Sandy Alderson has made this offseason, you need to read this book! Also, it gave some insight into Paul DePodesta, who was Billy Beane's right-hand man in Oakland and is now one of Alderson's deputies with the Mets.

Also, as a politics buff, I found it funny how the panel assembled by Comissioner Bud Selig included George Will and Paul Volcker, where the conservative Will lobbied for the maintenance of socialism in baseball while Volcker, an Obama advisor, was the one skeptical if small market teams were really suffering under the current structure.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Terrific read. For some reason 7 janvier 2017
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Terrific read. For some reason, I didn't read it until 2016. It has a different perspective now after 13 years. We have already seen the affects of Moneyball and Sabermetrics on baseball. Theo Epstein seems to be the greatest beneficiary of the theory, the man who used sabermetrics and had a budget to spend. Two World Series victories, one for the Red Sox and another for the Cubs after many decades of losing. The Cubs didn't win the World Series in 2016; Theo Epstein was the winner. I liked reading Moneyball to follow the theories and careers of those who were the big players in the book. The afterward by Lewis gives a lot of insight into the reaction of baseball's old boy network, the old guard who rejected change.
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