By Axel Post I'm not sure what the Brewers are cooking up (or brewing up) there in Milwaukee with the catchers, but whatever it is, it's working, and it looks like they've done it again. Let me take you on a journey, all the way back to the far distant year of 2019, before lockdowns,... Continue Reading →
However, I don't think that should be the case for the 2022 Draft. This is my analytical breakdown of why Cooper Hjerpe is the clear top college arm eligible in the upcoming draft class.
Using analytics is far more complicated when trying to build predictive models for players. But for schools, it’s far less so. Albeit harder this year than most due to two conferences only playing themselves, and another basically cancelling the season; there are still historically-based and far less volatile metrics (like ELO) available to rank teams.... Continue Reading →
College baseball is just hours away after a near year-long hiatus. Fans are of course excited, but coaches have been dealing with COVID-19 protocols, quarantine policies, and testing results for the past five months; so they’re also itching to start playing games that actually matter. Some schools unfortunately won’t get to start their season until... Continue Reading →