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The outliers are basketball aficionados, who tend to lean leftward.
The World Series champion's gesture toward a Japanese opponent signals a larger problem with racism in Latin American countries.
It’s not that what you see is what you get. It’s that what you expect is what you see.
Mathematician Bruce Bukiet projects most of last year’s division-winning teams will once again be victorious.
Mathematician Bruce Bukiet crunches the numbers, and likes the L.A. Dodgers.
Americans didn't invent baseball. Why do we work so hard to pretend we did?
The Detroit Tigers will probably dominate, but the rest of the league might be a toss-up, says statistician Bruce Bukiet.
New research finds a substantial minority of baseball fans disregard their own moral views and support the idea of “beaning” a player in retaliation for an earlier incident.
The Yankees look to be the dominant team in baseball for 2010, according to a New Jersey Institute of Technology mathematician (and Mets fan).