Today's contribution is from the Washington Post. It is here. I guess by now we have all read a fair bit of analysis on everything from how Sabean and Bochy are geniuses to how it was all about home-grown talent to how pitching dominated (it did). Bruce Jenkins even managed to get in a shot at Moneyball (clearly demonstrating that he did not read the book or does not understand it. If anything, it was a derivation of the principles in the book that Sabean exploited).
As we bask in the glory of our richly deserved World Championship, I strongly recommend that we all take a deep breath, review in detail Nassim Nicholas Taleb's "Fooled By Randomness," feel the glow of that victory and think carefully before re-signing MVP's because they are.