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It’s interesting the way America uses sport films to dissect and identify its own characteristics. Look at a film from the beginning of the modern era like… 479 more words


Marketing the Rays

Recently, I rewatched the movie Moneyball, featuring Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill. The story of a low financial ball club, that contracted a few good ball players to make the team great. 772 more words

Tampa Bay Rays

Critique: "Moneyball" by Michael Lewis

Although I feel like its title does not give the reader much of an informative grasp on its plot, Moneyball is a fantastic book in the way of nonfiction baseball writing. 481 more words


Review: Foxcatcher


Directed by: Benett Miller
Written by: E. Max Frye and David Futterman
Starring: Channing Tatum, Steve Carell, Mark Ruffalo

This was a chore. 972 more words


Sports fans, hold your hearts above the stats

Much of sports is based off numbers. Averages determine league-leading players, statistics predict future outcomes, rankings lock in playoff schedules. Books, such as Michael Lewis’ hit-turned-movie “Moneyball,” delve into why numbers are the most trustworthy factor to lean on. 706 more words


TUESDAY TOP 5: Sports Films

Sunday was an excellent day/night of football with an emotional roller coaster of a viewing experience for all those watching the NFL AFC & NFC Championships. 943 more words


Moneyball: Baseball & DEEP VALUE investing

“We got to think differently.” —Billy Beane

“I believe there is a championship team that we can afford, because everyone else undervalues them, like an island of misfit toys.” 47 more words