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  1. MLB: Commissioner Bud Selig provides a rare one-on-one interview ...

    Peter Keating

    In a rare interview with ESPN The Magazine's Peter Keating, baseball commish Bud Selig praises the state of the game and even gives Pirates fans reason to believe.

    Story | Conversation | March 30, 2011
  2. Baseball's stats revolution changed the sport but not its culture...

    Peter Keating

    In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating profiles Eric Van, the former sabermetrician for the Boston Red Sox, and other mathematical minds like him. Although MLB is more inclined toward numbers, the anti-geek culture hasn't changed.

    Story | Conversation | May 04, 2013
  3. Miami Heat forward LeBron James is most dominant player of the pa...

    Peter Keating

    In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating uses statistical analysis to determine the most dominant athletes and teams in each sport over the past 15 years, then compared the winners across sports to name the single best performer in the Mag's lifespan.

    Story | Conversation | May 01, 2013
  4. Jim Larranaga is rebuilding the Miami Hurricanes from the stat sh...

    Peter Keating

    In ESPN The Magazine's Analytics Issue, Peter Keating writes that Miami coach Jim Larranaga is rebuilding the Hurricanes by embracing advanced metrics that most college basketball coaches have long ignored.

    Story | Conversation | February 20, 2012
  5. Importance of an athlete's background in making the NBA

    Peter Keating

    Peter Keating explains why new stats suggest that an athlete's socioeconomic background affects his chances of making the NBA.

    Story | Conversation | July 17, 2011
  6. MLB: Speed is nice, but players like Chris Snyder prove it can be...

    Peter Keating

    A lot of emphasis is often placed upon speed, but as Pittsburgh Pirates C Chris Snyder, perhaps the slowest professional athlete in history, proves, prowess on the basepaths can often be overrated.

    Story | Conversation | February 14, 2011