Teamed Up

Tim Rhodes (
Fri, 18 Sep 1998 08:35:01 -0700

From: "Tim Rhodes" <>
To: <>
Subject: Teamed Up
Date: Fri, 18 Sep 1998 08:35:01 -0700

Aaron wrote:

>Positing neurally stored information gives added explanatory power: we can
>easily see how those operating with an internally stored game concept
>calling for several basemen, several outfielders, and a pitcher on each
>team might continue recruitment until they get 2 X 9 +/- players, while
>those operating with a game concept calling for one person on each side of
>a net might stop recruitment at 2 players.


Shouldn't baseball have a conversion rate that is 80% higher than that of
basketball? (Nine players per team vs. the five for basketball)

How do you explain the fact that this is not the case? In fact, that the
opposite is true--the conversion rate for basketball is currently much
greater than that for baseball.

-Tim Rhodes

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