By The Numbers: The Myth Of The Contract Year Phenomenon

April 18, 2012 12:00 AM

By The Numbers: The Myth Of The Contract Year Phenomenon
By Father Gabe Costa » More Columns

" Sabermetrics student Mr. Adam Scott is our guest blogger this week. He ventures off into some pretty high powered statistics while discussing some pretty high powered finances "

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