sabermetrician


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sabermetrician

(ˌseɪbəməˈtrɪʃən)
n
(Baseball) someone who practises sabermetrics
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Rawlings Platinum Glove Award voting -- and its open and spirited debate on social media -- proved what many believed to be true: fans have a very vocal opinion on who they believe is "the best of the best," and they understand the defensive nuances enough to back their favorite player's candidacy from the point-of-view of a scout and an advance analytics sabermetrician.
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