The Freiburg experiment: A different school of thought
June 17, 2007
By Uli Hesse-Lichtenberger
The last time we met, I began my column with what looked like an offhand remark, namely that I was reading "Moneyball" and that it was about baseball. This was correct, but deliberately imprecise.
The first part of the book is about a lot of numbers, what they can tell you and how you could use those statistics to gain an insight. And that's what
I did in the last column, using one of the few football stats that seem to make any sense.
The second part of "Moneyball" is about winning against ...