Bob Klapisch, baseball writer from the Bergen Record and ESPN.com, sits down for "Twenty Questions"…
The U Files #33: Past Players/Future Projections
Similarity scores are a method invented by Bill James that finds players similar to a given player. The system gives past players points for statistical similarities with a given player. The points are added up to compile a list of the past players most similar to the player on trial. The careers of these similar players can then be used to give insight into the possible future of a player. A...
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