Originally Posted by M2
I'm not claiming any of this stuff is hard.
if you can figure out a tip, then you can figure out the stats part -- does your batter get on base more than 40 percent of the time against good pitching? Does he K less than a quarter of the time? Does your pitcher K a batter an inning, walk less than three a game against good competition?
but a scout has to predict which waitress will be American Idol in 10 years. To be good at that is hard.
(and this is coming from someone whose record on FeLo is VERY good)
CFO of my medical school just left for his dream job: to scout for the Jays. I'm predicting a painful time for Toronto