Originally Posted by New York Red
I couldn't disagree more. If you're really coming here to "learn", then you must be really young or new to the game -- which either way is fine. But I think this is a site full (mostly) of lifelong diehard baseball fans. Seriously, what more is there to learn about the game at this point? I'm not here to teach anyone anything. I'm here to talk Reds baseball with fellow Reds fans, just as I would if I was sitting at the park.
This is not true. Before I came to redszone I had very little knowledge of sabre-stats. Posters here at Redszone also were the ones who pointed me in the right direction for good baseball sites like fangraphs and specifically alot of minor league sites.
You said, " Seriously, what more is there to learn about the game at this point?", and i don't know how to respond to that any other way than I learn something new about a team, player, manager, city, stadium, or in game situation every time i watch a baseball game.
There is no other sport with as many fascinating facets as baseball, and that is why we love it so much and have such a desire to discuss it.