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    Quote Originally Posted by papipapsmanny View Post
    yea but your only reasoning that one happened more than the other would be because the math said so.
    Is that a bad thing?

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    no im just saying you can build a correlation between the two but you would never find out why such a correlation occurs thats all i was hinting at
    Jackie Bradley Junior.... that is all

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    Its all psychological. Can't figure it out through math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Morrison View Post
    Its all psychological. Can't figure it out through math.
    You can. You can use math to determine whether there actually is, in terms of wins, any difference between giving up four runs in the first inning and giving up one in each of the first four innings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Morrison View Post
    Its all psychological. Can't figure it out through math.


    You can calculate, based on past performace of teams in those circumstances, which circumstance is more likely to achieve victory.

    Whether it is "all" psychological or not is irrelevant and also an assumption. The statistics will show only what is most likley to happen, not what is guaranteed to happen, or why.


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