Thinking back to when I first started in this business, particularly when I was writing for FanGraphs, it’s amazing how far statistical analysis of baseball has come. The debate over number-crunching versus “the eye test” is so far in our rearview mirror as more and more MLB teams create analysis divisions within their organizations and the number of widely accepted metrics continues to grow. But number-crunching isn’t for everyone and as much as we’d like to think we can hang with the likes of Ariel Cohen and Derek Carty, sometimes you have to accept the fact that multiplier coefficients and calculating things like wOBA and xFIP just aren’t your bag.

There’s nothing wrong with accepting the fact that math just isn’t your thing. It’s...