When Statistics Are Not Helpful

Dave Cameron, perhaps my favorite baseball writer, informing readers of his diagnosis of Acute Myeloid Leukemia: >Statistics can be powerful, useful tools, and at times, they can be critical to understanding what to do. Other times, though, they’re useless, and so, for this situation, I say screw the data; I choose hope instead. Thoughts and…

Dave Cameron, perhaps my favorite baseball writer, informing readers of his diagnosis of Acute Myeloid Leukemia:

>Statistics can be powerful, useful tools, and at times, they can be critical to understanding what to do. Other times, though, they’re useless, and so, for this situation, I say screw the data; I choose hope instead.

Thoughts and prayers with you Dave.

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