Tag: Player Analysis

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A Kuhl Player I Found: Chad Kuhl

My discovery of Chad Kuhl came during one of many instances where I find myself exploring and perusing Baseball Savant. It’s one of the most insightful, awe-inspiring things and humbling things a baseball enthusiast can do. Each […]

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Age is just a Number with Nelson Cruz

The year 2020 will be Nelson Cruz’s 16th MLB season, and much like a fine wine; he has only improved with age. During the first 9 seasons of Cruz’s career, he averaged 17.44 home runs […]

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How High is the Ceiling for Matt Olson?

The 26-year-old first baseman has made a name for himself as one of the premier power hitters in the league. In 2019, Olson posted career highs in home runs (36) and RBIs (91) across 126 […]

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What C.J. Cron Brings to the Table

This offseason C.J. Cron signed a one-year deal with the Detroit Tigers worth $6.1 million dollars. It seems like a bit much for a player who’s never had a single season above a 2.2 WAR. […]

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Player Analysis: Mike Ford

Background Mike Ford is a first baseman for the New York Yankees and is 27 years old. 2019 was his first year in the bigs as he finally got the call up with so many […]

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Player Analysis: Joc Pederson

For the first article of this new player analysis column, I decided to breakdown Joc Pederson. I chose him because when I visited Baseball Savant’s website he was listed as the top trending player with […]

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How Cody Bellinger is currently the best player in baseball

The 2019 season has been kind to Cody Bellinger. He’s arguably the best player in baseball right now, at least offensively. With over one hundred plate appearances under his belt this season, moderate conclusions can […]