I was intrigued by baseball statistics from an early age. As a child I used dice for each players at-bat to play hundreds of baseball games. The game involved rolling two dice, each combination of rolls equated to hits, doubles, homers, or outs. The probabilities of the dice combinations in hits were comparable to a typical players season batting average.
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