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'Moneyball': How The Oakland A's Gamed Baseball

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Year after year, the teams with the biggest payrolls make baseball's playoffs, but for at least a few years in the 2000's, the Oakland A's were an exception to that rule. Host Scott Simon talks to author Michael Lewis, who detailed general manager Billy Beane's campaign to find a new way to win in his best-selling book, Moneyball.
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