Rosenthal: Numbers alone should not dictate baseball games. Trust and feel matter, too.

Rosenthal: Numbers alone should not dictate baseball games. Trust and feel matter, too.

Feel, you know it when you see it. It’s molding data to the game situation, not the other way around.


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