Posts Tagged ‘Scouting’

Attempting to put an end to the Stat-versus-Scouting debate

Sunday, May 30th, 2010 by Shaun

It seems most Major League organizations are always looking for ways to improve and at the same time save money, so most have grasped that a more statistical/scientific approach to evaluating players is extremely helpful. But there are some out there, and maybe a few within the game, who still think it’s an issue worth debating.

Monday, May 24th, 2010 by Chuck

Baseball has been played at the “Major League”level, officially, since 1869, and in it’s current format, (World Series determines champion), since 1903.
Despite the many changes since; deadball, lively ball, big parks, small parks, designated hitter, thing remains constant; players don’t just wake up one day and find themselves in a major league lineup. They [...]