85: Perfect Game & No-Hitter with Brian Levinson

The first-ever Necessary & Sufficient recorded live-to-whatever-you-call-the-digital-equivalent-of-tape at N&SHQ in Brooklyn.  Brian was a great guest, and I love his remark about how simple the topic would be, right at the start of what turned out to be a 45-minute conversation.  Everything is more complicated than you think.

2 thoughts on “85: Perfect Game & No-Hitter with Brian Levinson

  1. The 4 home runs in a game does have the significance that on average each player gets about 4 at bats so it is thought of as hitting a homer at every opportunity.

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