Dan Brooks is a neuroscientist at Brown University, where he studies visual
attention. He lives in Providence, RI with his wife Marilyn (who still
wears her pink Sox hat proudly) and dog Teddy (who wishes they would hold
Bark in the Park at Fenway, even if he'd probably spend all game eating
peanuts off the floor). For baseball, research, media, or other questions,
he can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, or followed @brooksbaseball
Harry Pavlidis, a Chicagoan, is the founder of Pitch Info and Director of Technology for Baseball Prospectus, where he provides a regular column featuring PITCHf/x based scouting and analysis. Harry is a graduate of Syracuse University with more than fifteen years experience in developing online and mobile applications - for things not even related to baseball, too. He can be contacted at email@example.com, or followed @harrypav
Dan Rozenson is a Washington-based "young professional" and graduate student in international security. He is a research assistant for Baseball Prospectus and assures the quality of pitch classifications on Brooks Baseball. Dan is also a writer for Beyond the Box Score on PITCHf/x and other sabermetric topics. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, or followed @SixToolPlayer
Creates interactive webpages and graphics. Has an unhealthy infatuation with Koji Uehara -- but don't we all? Reach him on twitter @DaigoFuji
Professor Emeritus of Medium Energy Physics; currently holds the world's
only chaired professorship in Knucklebology. Reach him on twitter @pobguy
Provides data and pitch tagging for the Player Cards. Contact Harry Pavlidis for more information.
Maintain PITCHf/x, the most incredible public-access research sports data in the world, along with the internet presence of MLB.