FanGraphs Audio: You Should Trust the Dave Cameron

Episode 455
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, in more or less depth, the surprising accuracy of baseball projections.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 42 min play time.)


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12 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: You Should Trust the Dave Cameron”

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  1. Aaron says:

    Gotta love the Dave Cameron.

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  2. leon says:

    oh boy the triumphant return of fangraphs audio

    it’s been a long two weeks with no one around to analyze all the hole in my heart

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  3. John Elway says:

    And don’t mess with the Zohan.

    Just neighing.

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  4. Garrett's Mom says:

    Are these interviews available on cassette?

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  5. bluejays49 says:

    Cameron doesn’t seem to understand what Keith Law’s argument is.

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  6. Andy says:

    Does Dave mispronounce “outlier” on purpose, like he does with Eno Sarris’s name?

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  7. SeaBass says:


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  8. jerry60555 says:

    Dave is the best author on Fangraphs.

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  9. Carolina Mudcats Fan says:

    In only the two weeks that I have been without Fangraphs Audio, I have grown twice as weak as I was and half as strong with many side effects.

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  10. Frank says:

    Dave Cameron is the best managing editor of Fangraphs there is, though they forgot to post his latest show!

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