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Stats Driven: A New Era

Posted by David Sabino  June 11, 2013 05:29 PM

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And so it begins. I'm David Sabino and I'm taking over as writer of the Stats Driven blog. If the name sounds familiar, you've probably read my work as stats editor and fantasy sports writer for Sports Illustrated, something I started doing the same year the Expos drafted an up-and-coming high school catcher from San Mateo, CA named Tom Brady. To this point my career has been spent analyzing stats across the vast spectrum of sports. Here I'll be focusing on the numbers behind the teams New Englanders care most about: The Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics and Bruins.

The overall goal of the new-look Stats Driven is to provide answers to some of your questions, while putting sports news events into context. If you come away saying to yourself, "Wow, that's interesting," or if you can stump a friend with a bit of trivia you've picked up here, then it will have been a success.

All of the older posts will remain in this space, but from now on updates will be more frequent and much more tied to the latest news events, so check back often. Also, please feel free to send suggestions and comments (and follow me) on Twitter @SabinoSports. I'll be happy to hear from you.

This blog is not written or edited by Boston.com or the Boston Globe.
The author is solely responsible for the content.

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Stats Driven is powered by David Sabino, who over the last two decades has been a source of statistical analysis on the pages of Sports Illustrated, New York Times, and Chicago Tribune. David has written about all seven recent Boston-area championships for Sports Illustrated Presents commemorative issues, was the creator of such long time features as SI’s Player Value Ranking, NBA Player Rating and long running fantasy football and baseball columns.

He has also authored or made contributions to many books, including the Sports Illustrated’s 100 Fenway: A Fascinating First Century.

Now living in Marblehead, he’s focusing his attention on the Boston sports scene, specifically delving into the numbers affecting the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics and Bruins, with the goal of informing and entertaining real fans. You can follow him on Twitter at @SabinoSports.

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