John Thorn Quotes

Top 18 wise famous quotes and sayings by John Thorn

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John Thorn quotes: I am opposed, naturally, to regurgitating anecdote or any other form of received wisdom, unless it is characterized as such. I am opposed, naturally, to regurgitating anecdote or any other form of received wisdom, unless it is characterized as such.
John Thorn quotes: Whatever else I do before finally I go to my grave, I hope it will not be looking after young people. Whatever else I do before finally I go to my grave, I hope it will not be looking after young people.
John Thorn quotes: Baseball presents a living heritage, a game poised between the powerful undertow of seasons past and the hope of next day, next week, next year. Baseball presents a living heritage, a game poised between the powerful undertow of seasons past and the hope of next day, next week, next year.
John Thorn quotes: I'd just like to see - in writing about baseball - more energy and better craft, minus statistical bludgeoning and invective. I'd just like to see - in writing about baseball - more energy and better craft, minus statistical bludgeoning and invective.
John Thorn quotes: If I haven't made myself clear, this worrisome chain of events describes the game of the nineteenth century. If I haven't made myself clear, this worrisome chain of events describes the game of the nineteenth century.
John Thorn quotes: Except in expert hands, stats can get in the way of story; an array of data that might better be presented in a table instead clogs up sentences. Except in expert hands, stats can get in the way of story; an array of data that might better be presented in a table instead clogs up sentences.
John Thorn quotes: Distant replay morphs into instant replay, and future replay cannot be far off. Distant replay morphs into instant replay, and future replay cannot be far off.
John Thorn quotes: This illuminates not only fans' interest in major league teams but also the minors and even Little League. This illuminates not only fans' interest in major league teams but also the minors and even Little League.
John Thorn quotes: Keep score, which is what the Talmud recognizes as a distinction between work and play that renders a game unfit for the Sabbath. Keep score, which is what the Talmud recognizes as a distinction between work and play that renders a game unfit for the Sabbath.
John Thorn quotes: There was much woe and lamentation in the seventies that the game was dying. There was much woe and lamentation in the seventies that the game was dying.