• Sep 13, 2018 9:00 pm
  • 13:50 mins

Guest: Steven Brams, PhD, Professor of Politics at New York University Any parent with a kid in baseball knows the agony of a lopsided game that just won’t end. It even happens in the Major Leagues and a lot of fans think that’s just part of the sport. Besides, there are worse places than a ballpark to spend several hours on a summer night, right? Well a team of data scientists wants to fix the long, lopsided nature of baseball by changing the number of outs a team gets in each inning.

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