Managing Editor, FanGraphs
Meg Rowley is the managing editor of FanGraphs, where she also writes about baseball and co-hosts the Effectively Wild podcast. Prior to assuming the FanGraphs managing editorship, she served as the managing editor of The Hardball Times. Her work has also appeared at Baseball Prospectus. A 2017 SABR Analytics Conference Research Award winner for Contemporary Baseball Commentary, Rowley graduated magna cum laude from Bryn Mawr College with a bachelor of arts in political science; she also holds a masters degree in political science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She lives in Arizona.
This panel aims to examine the fine line between when to make managerial decisions on gut feel, versus when to stick to the data. Did the 2020 World Series serve as a catalyst for changes to the game going forward, or will managers shrug off pressure from the media?
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