Friday, February 11, 2011

Floors, Ceilings and MLB Likelihoods for over 5000 Minor Leaguers...free

I posted a table that has a ton of the research that I have compiled and assigned to 5256 players in the minor leagues. It is a bit ugly but you can find it here.

To find a player, hit ctrl+f and search. It will find the player and you can scroll over to see his numbers.
Below the table is a description of what the numbers mean. I have spent thousands of hours compiling, studying and assigning numbers. I am not going to give all my information away for free, but this is a taste of what I have. I hope some of it fascinates you and is useful to you.

2 comments:

  1. how does the chance to majors talent statistic wind up over 100 percent for numerous players. Statistically speaking that is impossible

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  2. Anything over 100 means the stats used were above major league average. The best MLB players are over 140%, which means they can regress considerably and still be MLB players. Any player over 80% has a chance to make an MLB contribution.

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