Great question! I regularly read Gabe from the sports section on the weekends. His patience for it is measured in seconds, not minutes. But the idea to use baseball stats analysis as bedtime reading is an awesome one. I presume it's like other bedtime reading: It's all in the tone, not the content. Of course, you're on hook when your kid asks, "Daddy/Mommy, what's Win Shares?"
"I saw on DanShanoff.com that you had mentioned getting Baseball Prospectus 2007, well in 2004 I did my summer internship at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in their library. Myself and one of the other interns once talked about how cool it would be when we have kids that instead of reading them bed time stories we could read them baseball statistics from Total Baseball. Just curious, what is the varsity dad's take on putting lil ones to sleep with stats."
Keep the questions coming! I want them to become a regular feature on the site.