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  Old Hickory: The Life of our 7th President, Part Two
Most Americans only know of Andrew Jackson as the man whose face adorns the 20 Dollar bill. But during his two ...
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Old Hickory: The Life of our 7th President, Part One
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Bill James, Beyond Baseball
Aired 7/28/2005

In the last few years, the success of teams like the LA Dodgers, the Oakland As, and of course the miraculous Boston Red Sox has been credited to a new scientific way of looking at baseball. Its called Sabermetrics, and it is changing the way we look at baseball and professional sports. How does it work? And are there wider implications beyond the world of sports?
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  Bill James
    Senior Baseball Operations Advisor with the Boston Red Sox and author of many books including The New Bill James Historical Baseball Abstract and The Neyer/James Guide to Pitchers

Originally Aired: 7/28/2005

   
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