Sunday, May 14, 2017

What Can The Cardinals Do With A Declining Adam Wainwright?

Writing for Baseball Prospectus back in 2010, economist and associate professor at Kennesaw State University J.C. Bradbury took a deep dive into the research on the prime age for baseball players. While the results were both interesting and intricate, the nuts and bolts could be described thusly: The average baseball player reaches his peak of performance around age 29 or 30, and then gradually begins to decline.


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