Nationals 101 Podcast: S2E4 Gazing Into The Mists with @Ouij

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Episode S2E4

Frank and Susan return from hiatus with a special interview episode!  Luigi De Guzman (@ouij) of natstradamus.wordpress.com comes on the show to discuss how Predictive analysis works in baseball.  Also we get to Spring Training standings, what they are worth and why we don’t worry about them; The WBC and why it is like (but not quite) cricket, and a handful of other diversions.  Enjoy this extra special Hour long episode!

Here is the wikipedia page for the Pythagorean expectation formula (picture above).  This would probably make a good post too, huh 🙂

Come find us on Opening Day!  We’ll be at the Scoreboard Bar before the game.  Follow us on Twitter for the latest.

Make sure to visit our guest Luigi De Guzman on his twitter account (@ouij) and his web site Natstradamus.

Join us for Sweater Vest Night!

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Frank and Susan bring you an introductory level podcast to baseball and the Washington Nationals. DC is new to baseball, and baseball is new to DC. Whether you're a life long resident who just never got into it, or a transplant that came from a football and hockey town, we want to answer the questions baseball novices were a little too afraid to ask, and help everyone appreciate the National Passtime just a little bit more.

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