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1.
Moneyball is a term describing baseball operations in which a team endeavors to analyze the market for baseball players and buy what is undervalued and sell what is overvalued. Unlike a common misconception, it is not about OBP, but whatever is undervalued at that time. It is most commonly used to refer to the strategy used by the front office of the Oakland Athletics. It derives its name from a Michael Lewis book of the same name.
Through their strategy of Moneyball, the Oakland Athletics have been amoung the top contenders in baseball, at least up to this season.
by Moneyball June 02, 2005
 
2.
In a game of foosball, Money Ball occurs when both teams are on game point. At this time, it is customary to cheers, drink, and insult the opposing team and/or teammate.
Team 1: 9pts Team 2: 9pts
Fooser #1 "Money Ball!"
Fooser #2 "Cheers to you losing Boy-O"
Fooser #1 "Cheers to your Mom blowin' me later"
by foosman February 19, 2010
 
3.
A term for when something good happens basically meaning good
ex. you just score a goal in lacrosse you would be like moneyball!!!
by mike haynes October 15, 2005
 
4.
A book written by Billy Beane, er, Michael Lewis about the 2002 Oakland A's and their quest to reach the playoffs. It discounts some baseball fallacies (i.e. a player can be judged by physical talent alone) and explores the methods of rating players. Thus, teams with little money (such as the A's) can find out who the best available players are and acquire them.
Moneyball describes the importance of statistics such as On-Base Percentage and Slugging Percentage.
by Diggity Monkeez January 30, 2005
 
5.
In the rare instance when a man has three testicles the third one is the money ball. It is usually the ball in the middle.
Dude I heard Jim has a money ball!
by RoughRussian September 22, 2011
 
6.
When you do something extremely unbelievable you say .. MONEYBALL !!
GOt Got Got'em on the Moneyball!!!
by Pattyboy October 26, 2005
 
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A term used for any baseball team that operates on Statistics alone, wether it leads them in the right direction or the wrong direction. Usually used by teams with an average payroll.
The Oakland A's blew it again because of that moneyball bullshit.
by Bubba Joe November 26, 2004