Acclaimed author Michael Lewis wasn't sure if 'Moneyball' would make a great movie. As he told Brad Pitt upon selling the rights to his 2002 non-fiction book about the rise of sabermetrics and Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane, "Don't call me and blame me when it doesn't work." Fortunately for Lewis, it does.
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A baseball manager (Brad Pitt) on a tight budget takes a new approach to assembling his team. Read More

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