Bloomberg chose to lead off its recent compendium of new sports books with The Baseball Codes, offering up this gem: “The Baseball Codes rectifies a great omission in the literature of the summer game.”
Providing rectification on any level is usually nice.
It’s a good review, but the fact that it came from an organization known primarily for financial reporting makes it even better. Perhaps there’s a project to pitch about the unwritten rules of derivatives markets.
(Plus, we’re all about mansions and Benzes here at Baseball Codes World Headquarters, and appreciate anyone who shares our taste for the scrilla.)
Update: It should also be mentioned that Bloomberg has paired with MLB.com to comprehensive analytical stats with an eye toward fantasy leagues, and seems to have a thing for baseball. Really, who can blame ’em?