FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron Analyzes All Saber Seminar

Episode 373
Dave Cameron is both (a) the managing editor of FanGraphs and (b) the guest on this particular edition of FanGraphs Audio — during which edition he discusses notable ideas from the recent Saber Seminar (or SaberSeminar or Saberseminar) in Boston, MA.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 33 min play time.)

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6 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Dave Cameron Analyzes All Saber Seminar”

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  1. Dirck says:

    Since without fantasy baseball Fangraphs would likely have much less than half of the readers that it currently does ,why does Fangraphs have such an anti fantasy mind set with half of its chat hosts refusing to take fantasy related questions ?

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    • Dave Cameron's Puppy says:

      Basically half of site is devoted to fantasy. As you state half of the chatters will discuss fantasy extensively. It seems that there is a theme here.

      They don’t want to be purely a fantasy site, what’s the problem with that?

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    • joser says:

      Because half the hosts don’t follow fantasy stats like WHIP and don’t analyze baseball from a fantasy perspective. They don’t know or care whether one player is better than another in fantasy terms. Would you rather they just made up half-assed responses for questions they’re unable to competently answer?

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  2. NCL says:

    Great “pod” today guys! Very informative. While Dave is the polar opposite of Dayn, I appreciate both podcasts equally. Listening to one, demonstrates how different the other is..

    Dave, you should change your bio on twitter from “Baseball Nerd” to “Baseball Scientist”. It’s has such a better ring to it, haha.

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