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Saberseminar 4: Sabermetrics, Scouting, and the Science of Baseball | Indiegogo

Sabermetrics and fighting cancer. Can there be a better cause to support? On top of that, if you act quickly (there are only four left), you can get a ticket to the event at a discount.

Help make the 2014 Saberseminar a Reality!

Sabermetrics, Scouting and the Science of Baseball, a weekend seminar for the benefit of the Jimmy Fund, puts you up close with some of baseball’s top coaches, statisticians, scouts, doctors, and scientists.

Following the success of our previous events, the 2013 conference featured:

  A Sell-out Crowd!
  Stories and insights from the manager of the Boston Red Sox
  A scouting and player development panel with a director of Pro Scouting and director of player development
  Original Sabermetric research from the top minds in the game
  Thoughts on pitching from former MLB Pitcher Brian Bannister
  Attendance from many major league teams
  Presentations from Scouts and MLB Insiders

The Saberseminar can be a great place to network with industry insiders and meet new friends that love the game of baseball.

During this event, you will grasp how science is blended with advanced baseball statistics and traditional scouting assessments to produce outstanding results for teams. Don’t miss this special opportunity to learn about the deeper game of baseball from insiders and pros, meet people who love the game, and help the Jimmy Fund.

Every penny earned during this baseball weekend will go directly to the Jimmy Fund.

Your donation can help us host a great event to support cancer research.

Jim Furtado Posted: January 23, 2014 at 09:22 AM | 0 comment(s) Login to Bookmark
  Tags: jimmy fund, sabermetrics

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