To Trade Or Not To Trade Joe Nathan: The Value Of Consistency

Posted: 13th October 2009 by Dan Wade in MLB
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Anyone who spent more than 15 minutes on a college campus pretty quickly came to the realization that there are many things that seem like a good idea until you try them. For some, itÆs a case race or other manner of spontaneous intoxication. For others it was spending an entire day in the library to get a ton of work done (this seldom worked for me, as I still spent large swaths of time reading old political cartoons or the collected works of Bill Simmons). These things are often tried on the advice of well-meaning (or perhaps not) friends. It worked for them, so it well might work for you. When an authority figure or peer-review text is the one passing on advice, it seems that much more reliable, but recall: phrenology was a mainstream science for a number of years and look where that g ...

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