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(the) three-hour meeting created an atmosphere of truth and honesty
My invitation came about two months ago, and I was stunned. I would be one of four historians in the group, along with Jim Reeves, longtime baseball voice of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram; Jack O'Connell, secretary-treasurer of the BBWAA; and Steve Hirdt of the Elias Sports Bureau, baseball's most respected statistical institution. [Emphasis added]
It's ridiculous that BBWAA members are involved in the Veterans' screening and selection committees. If the you're looking to give second looks to those bypassed the first time around (almost half the candidates here), then you shouldn't include members of the group that overlooked them the first time.
It's a shame the institutions we care about are controlled by purposeful dunces, but what're you gonna do?
I mean good lord, the dude graduated from Cal in 1971.
Maybe he did too much LDS in the sixties.
The Mormons are noted anti-statisticians?
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