Moneyball by Michael M. Lewis

This book tells the story of a baseball team manager who uses statistical analysis to assemble a competitive team on a tight budget. Despite facing criticism and skepticism, his unconventional methods prove successful, challenging traditional ideas about the value of players and the nature of the game. The book highlights the importance of data-driven decision making in sports, and its potential to disrupt established norms and practices.

The 2151st greatest book of all time


Published
2003
Nationality
American
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
288-320
Words
122,000
Original Language
English

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