MICKEY CALLAWAY'S THOUGHTS ON ANALYTICS DON'T ADD UP

ATLANTA – Say what now? Callaway made some curious comments on Thursday about the Mets' use and functionality of analytics. For a team that was one of the last in the Major Leagues to beef up its analytics department, Callaway's opinion on how he uses numbers to his advantage (or in this case,...

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