From the Book - First edition.
The case for robot umpires: How anchoring bias influence strike zones and everything else
Never judge an iceberg by its tip: How availability bias shapes the way commentators talk about sports
Winning despite your best efforts: Outcome bias and why winning can be the most misleading stat of all
But this is how we've always done it: Why groupthink alone doesn't make baseball myths true
For every Clayton Kershaw there are ten Kasey Kikers: Base-rate neglect and why it's still a bad idea to draft high school pitchers in the first round
History is written by the survivors: pitch count bingo and why "Nolan Ryan" isn't a counterargument
Cold water on hot streaks: Recency bias and the danger of using just the latest data to predict the future
Grady Little's long eighth-inning walk: Status quo and why doing nothing is the easiest bad call
Tomorrow, this will be someone else's problem: How moral hazard distorts decision-making for GMs, college coaches, and more
Pete Rose's Lionel Hutz defense: The principal-agent problem and how misaligned incentives shape bad baseball decisions
Throwing good money after bad: The sunk cost fallacy and why teams don't "eat" money
The happy fun ball: Optimism bias and the problem of seeing what we want to see
Good decisions: Baseball executives talk about their thought processes behind smart trades and signings.