Thursday, February 2, 2012

My Database

It currently holds the names of 17,371 amateur and professional baseball players.

I am looking forward to the new site design so you can all have more user friendly access to my craziness. :)

Thank You. That is all.


  1. do you have it in a google doc like last yr ? the pdf is tough

  2. I'll be rolling out a new site design soon and a lot of the info will be integrated on those pages. The pdf is the only thing I'm putting out there this year. No google doc spreadsheet.

  3. This is the link to last years if you want to look at it.

  4. OK understood I used it as a fantasy reference guide, to get guys the traditional top 100 don't find. interesting work do you know what % of your a's b's c's have gone pro and done well?

  5. Within 10 days to 2 weeks, I'll have much of the same info up here on this site.
    As for the %'s, the % chance of them making it to the majors is actually a column.
    The A,B,C grade are whether they are likely to keep improving and I haven't studied what % make it to the majors based on that.
    So if a player is at 15% and is a B-, that is way better than a 45% and an F. If that makes sense.

    I know it complicated.

  6. Matt,
    I was wondering about the list after the hack occured. My son, Nathan Reisnour:RHP/INF,Burlington,Washington (Played on Bobby Valentine's summer team) was originally on the list prior to the hack and now I can not find him. Is there any reason for this?

  7. No hack here. I think you are thinking of a different site. He is in my database and will be on the list that goes up soon.