Facts and Faith 5(2):7. CELD ID 6362|
For our new readers, here is a repeat of the puzzle presented in the last issue: Willie Mays hit 660 home runs in his baseball career. More than 20 percent came in the first inning. That's one-fifth of the home runs in the first one-ninth of the game. It seems reasonable to conclude that he lost momentum as the game progressed. What's wrong with this simple conclusion?