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Wednesday, March 10, 2004
The Baseball Primer grew out of a series of phone calls made between Jim Furtado and Sean Forman during the 1999-2000 winter. We were a little burned out working on the 2000 Big Bad Baseball Annual and were looking for a new direction to go in baseball analysis. We both were concerned that sabermetrics was becoming too obscure and too insulated from the general baseball fan. For instance, neither Sean’s father or brother are particularly interested in reading our sabermetric pieces, even though they both are big sports fans. We decided that we needed to look for a slightly different way to present baseball analysis.
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