As most of you know, I'm a multi time Nobel Prize winner. In my off time, I'm an inventor, politician, adventuring Man of Action. As the inventor of the lava lamp and that fake bird drinking water thing, I've brought love and happiness to the masses.
All that is peanuts compared to my latest discovery. After years of research, thousands of interviews, and a lot of fancy coffee I have unlocked the biggest secret of baseball: how do teams score runs?
The paper is under peer review as we speak, but since I really don't have any peers I'm going to go ahead and release my findings to you, the fine folks if RaisorZone.
Without further ado:
How Teams Score Runs: A Modest Paper by Philip Raisor.
1. Avoid Outs. (Represented by the abbreviation OBP)
2. Collect bases. (SLG)
I'm expecting a call from Stockholm in the spring.