Casual college basketball fans probably will not have heard of the Southern Conference, but the Southern Conference (SoCon) is incredibly strong this year. By that, I mean there are multiple teams I could see pulling an upset in the tournament if they can win the Southern Conference Tournament. Below is a look at the current … Continue reading The SoCon: Home to One of This Year’s Bracket-Busters?
The Kansas City Royals were the worst team in one of the worst divisions of all-time in 2018. Their attendance numbers fell back down to where they were before their World Series runs. They are in need of some excitement and their recent signings show they may have something intriguing and an opportunity for an … Continue reading The Royals Have a Chance to Innovate the Use of Base Running
As it is Christmas Eve, I felt it would be fun to do a post about Christmas movies. I have gathered data from surveys filled out by 32 different people. Respondents were 44% Male and 56% Female. The survey asked respondents to list their top 10 Christmas movies. The movie listed as their number 1 … Continue reading Christmas Movie Analytics
Okay so the Bulls are 3-8 and in fourth place in the Central. They probably aren't going anywhere this year, but one of the more interesting transactions over the off-season was the Bulls move to sign Jabari Parker with a two-year deal worth up to $40 million. Parker became a hot topic over the summer … Continue reading Jabari Parker’s Offense Might Be Worse Than His Defense
The MLB playoffs are over so let's take a minute to look back on them. What makes the playoffs so interesting is that it's such a small amount of games compared to the regular season and those games decide everything. For this reason, the best players in the regular season, aren't the best players in … Continue reading The Best/Worst Players From the 2018 MLB Postseason
The World Series is here and when the Dodgers take on the Red Sox on Tuesday night, there will be two big name starters on the hill. Let's start by looking at some of the regular season stats for the two starters. Chris Sale had a better regular season, that's clear. Kershaw had a down … Continue reading World Series Game 1: Pitching Comparison
Divisions have been settled and the wild-card games are upon us. The Cubs and Rockies meet at Wrigley Field for a win-or-go-home game on Tuesday night. Let's take a look at the starting pitchers for the game. First, a quick pitching comparison Name IP ERA WHIP K/9 GB% FB% WAR WPA Kyle Freeland 202.1 2.85 … Continue reading NL Wild Card Game: Pitching Comparison