Breaking Biases
From Moneyball
00:00 - 02:09
2m 9s

Peter walks Billy through his statistical analysis of players. He states that they can assemble a championship team within their budget because many exceptional players are overlooked for subjective reasons. Peter cuts through the subjectivity using data, allowing him to find undervalued players.


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