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Shortchanged by 'Moneyball'

By Nick Cafardo
October 22, 2006

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DETROIT -- You could see clearly that Ken Macha and Billy Beane were not going to coexist indefinitely, whether the Oakland A's were World Series champions or not. There was a clash of philosophies -- the traditional manager vs. the general manager and his pioneering "Moneyball" theory. (Full article: 1098 words)

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