I mentioned this in an earlier post. I snooped around and eventually found the complete list.
Hey Dave Trembley, pay attention to rules number one, two, and four! Hey front office, pay attention to rules number five and nine (although they've been better about that lately).
Encouragingly enough, Trembley obeys the rules related to pitching.
The Ten Commandments of Sabermetrics
By Bill James
1) Thou Shalt not Bunt.
2) Thou Shalt Have no Low On Base Percentages Before the Cleanup Hitter
3) Honor the three-run homer and the leadoff walk.
4) Thou shalt not steal at anything less than a 70% success rate.
5) Thou shalt make no idol of the light-hitting middle infielder.
6) Thou shalt not count to the credit of the pitcher that which is done by his fielders or by his hitters, nor charge him with their failings.
7) Thou shalt not abuse thy starting pitchers.
8) Thou shalt make no effort to ride the hot hand, for the hot hand is but a shape in the wind.
9) Place thy faith not in veterans, when youth be available to ye.
10) Thou shalt not pass freely thy opponent's number eight hitter, nor his cleanup hitter, nor his left-handed pinch hitter, nor any hitter that is thy opponent's.