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A former BP author returns from his adventures in baseball consulting with a slightly different perspective on sabermetrics.

Russell A. Carleton wrote for Baseball Prospectus from 2009 to 2010, and prior to that (2007-2009) wrote at Statistically Speaking. He served as a consultant to a team in Major League Baseball for two years. Beginning today, his work will once again be appearing at BP on a regular basis.
 


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April 13, 2008 12:00 am

6-4-3: Adventures in Consulting, Part Two

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Gary Huckabay

Having set the scenario, Gary explains what happened when he presented the concept to middle management.

Time for a quick "Previously, on Adventures in Consulting…" (read using your best Don LaFontaine voice…)

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January 27, 2008 12:00 am

Prospectus Q&A: Mike Pagliarulo

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David Laurila

Former big leaguer Mike Pagliarulo shares some ideas about consulting and information within MLB.

Mike Pagliarulo hit 32 home runs for the Yankees in 1987, and was a key contributor to the World Series champion Twins in 1991, but his impact on the game has arguably been greater since retiring. Successful, and sometimes controversial, "Pags" has been at the forefront of scouting Japanese baseball for the past 10 years, both advising and correctly predicting results on both sides of the Pacific Ocean. A third baseman during his playing days, Pagliarulo hit .241 with 134 home runs over 11 big league seasons with five teams.

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