The Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays are tied at one game apiece in the World Series, but they are far from even on baseball's economic spectrum. The big-market Dodgers are annually among the highest-payroll teams in the sport, while the Rays own the league's third-lowest payroll out of 30 teams and reside towards the bottom of the list year in and year out. Jared Diamond, national baseball writer for The Wall Street Journal, says the Rays, not the Athletics, should be the team we think of when it comes to 'Moneyball.'