Mention intangibles and there's a decent possibility that an argument will break out concerning their value. Intangibles seem to be a particularly sticky issue that defines *old school* versus *statheads*. Statheads tend to question the value of intangibles and often argue, "if you can't measure their impact, how important are they?". Old schoolers must wonder to themselves, "how can't you measure something that's so easy to see with your eyes?". I suspect both sides view the conclusions of the other side more skeptically as a result.
However, I'm wondering if alot of the issue with intangibles lies in their definitions... Grit, hustle, definsive IQ etc, can mean dramatically different things to different people making a discussion about their worth probably impossible in alot of instances.
Given the link with Pete arguably makes Cincy the mecca of baseball hustle, I'm wondering how members here at Redszone define hustle.
So what is hustle and what are some specific examples that illustrate your definition?