I finally got around to reading a book that I've wanted to read for a while now. Just finished "Moneyball: The Art of Winning An Unfair Game" on the advice of my economics professor, who seriously modeled a couple lectures on the Chicago Cubs. Who am I to complain when it appears that he had unlocked the reason for 104 years of futility due to lack of organizational focus and misplaced efficiency wages? At least it's not because I didn't want it enough.
Wait, the Cubs overpay for players? You have GOT to be kidding me.
What I loved about this book is the way that economics theory is casually introduced throughout the book. Prices for players decrease as supply increases around the trading deadline? LOVE!