I have a feeling I am not alone as a lifelong baseball fan that started looking at baseball much differently several years ago when I read Moneyball. I started to really have more interest in the statistical aspects of the game and subsequently dove into Bill James books, Rob Neyer and Keith Law articles etc.
By no means am I a sabermatrician, but I respect the craft and feel that it has enhanced my baseball IQ and view of the game.
Thought this Q&A with Bill James in Time Magazine would be of interest, please discuss. Its a nice peak into the thought process of a front office that has won two World Series in the last 4 years as well.
Like to know how our resident sabermatrician(s) cwyers and the like feel about James as well.