Judgmental Stats: ERA
A few years ago -- well, yikes, it's actually more than 15 years now -- a guy named Voros McCracken developed a fascinating and counterintuitive theory. He couldn't help but think that while pitchers have firm control on some parts of pitching (walks, strikeouts and home runs) they have much less control, if any, on balls actually hit into play.
As he wo…
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