FANALYTICS: Mayberry 4.0 and Portfolio3

An unabridged version of this article appears in the 2015 Baseball Forecaster.

There was a time when 30/100/.300 meant something. Those were the benchmarks for stardom; a point of reference around which we could evaluate performance. Thirty home runs, 100 RBIs and a .300 batting average. When PEDs were peaking 15 years ago, at least two dozen players were reaching those numbers every year.

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