Joe Regan

Joe Regan

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Joe Regan is a 2008 graduate of Bentley University, outside of Boston, MA, with a Bachelors degree in Mathematical Sciences, and is currently in school part time in pursuit of a graduate degree in Statistics. His biggest writing inspiration is Bill James, and he keeps the 2001 Historical Baseball Abstract as mandatory pre-sleep reading.

When not working in mathematics or watching baseball, Joe enjoys playing rugby.

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  • Ash Marshall posted 1869 days ago

    Ash Marshall

    Hey Joe,

    Here are two baseball stories I thought you might enjoy reading. The first is a behind the scenes look at putting together the Mets new Hall of Fame and museum with the help of collectors and guys down at Cooperstown, and the second is an interview with the man who owns the Mookie Wilson ball that got through Billy Buckner's legs. It is a pretty good story that I hope all baseball fans will enjoy.

    Any feedback would be fantastic.



  • Sam Brown posted 1876 days ago

    Sam Brown

    Please read my new article I wrote today.

  • Andy R posted 1887 days ago

    Andy R

    Spamming in the comments section of our articles is becoming a problem on B/R. Let me know how you feel.

  • al asifyouknow posted 1891 days ago

    al asifyouknow


  • Darren Feeney posted 1912 days ago

    Darren Feeney

    Who should be the Friars leadoff man?

  • Darren Feeney posted 1918 days ago

    Darren Feeney

    Can Blanks Keep AGonzo in a Padre uniform?

  • Darren Feeney posted 1919 days ago

    Darren Feeney

    Can the Padres stay afloat in the NL West?

  • Darren Feeney posted 1923 days ago

    Darren Feeney

    take a look when you get a chance:

  • Darren Feeney posted 1929 days ago

    Darren Feeney

    Take a look when ya get a chance

  • Robert Vijil posted 1939 days ago

    Robert  Vijil

    Joe, the alphabet soup of categories you use for evaluating players is, at best puzzling. If you finish your masters degree, be sure to take some courses in statistics and then design some valid acronyms.