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April 8, 2010

BDD’s Major League Projections

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ April 8, 2010 3:11 pm
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McQuown:

MLPs – Major League Prime Projections – have been around at Baseball Daily Digest since the 2006 season, and are the output of Rob McQuown’s proprietary system for determining the “typical” prime-years season for a minor-league player. Since bad years are often the result of injuries, the system was designed to give results which are in line with the average of the “middle” three seasons between ages 26-30 for a ballplayer, and players can be expected to have seasons above and below those represented as a course of normal variance, but the lines provide good benchmarks for what to expect when a player develops fully. NOTE: projections are “tuned” to 2009 MLB values, and are for neutral park and league. …

Player Name Age PA PA’ AB H 2B 3B HR BB HP K AVG OBP SLG SB RCG
Tyler Flowers 24 1408 600 503 119 35 1 25 82 7 129 .237 .352 .464 0 5.3
Jared Mitchell 21 138 600 495 116 49 4 7 106 3 161 .235 .374 .395 21 4.9
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