At SoxProspects.com, I opened up an offer to help me out with the off-season BIP studies I plan on doing. In short, I would like to break down each individual league with every player accounted for, over a certain threshold. The possibilities are open-ended, so any ideas are welcome. Here is what I have been throwing around so far:
Which pitchers are the most dominant in BIP types compare to their league
Is there an all-encompassing metric we can create using run values in which we can define the most appealing type of pitcher?
Trying to put a tag on pitchers and see how their BIP allowed fluctuates as they rise through the minors (this is a year-to-year project I plan on doing).
Any other ideas are welcome. I think its best just to gather all the data together, so any idea that comes to mind can be easily performed. So far I have assigned 4 leagues out to individual posters:
Carolina League- SoxScout
Florida State League
South Atlantic League- PedrosRedGlove
New York Penn League- NHSoxfan
Gulf Coast League- TempleuSox
I would be happy to provide you with my sample GCL spreadsheet to get you going on a league, should you be so inclined.
Edited by templeUsox, 04 September 2006 - 12:26 AM.