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Joe Bocchino

Born and raised in Trumbull, CT, I have always been obsessed with analyzing sports, specifically baseball. Everything from the physical to the psychological aspect has always intrigued me. A former student of Post University in Waterbury, CT, I aspire to get involved in sports broadcasting and play by play. I will always give you a fair and unique look into the best game in the entire world, baseball. Follow me on twitter at @JoeBo31
Joe Bocchino has written 6 posts for Sport Statricity

Sport Statricity MLB All-Star Picks: AL Batters Edition

We are more than 1/3 through the 2013 MLB season, and the All-Star game is less than a month away. The fan voting process has turned into more of a popularity contest, which is completely unfair since the winner of the game gets home field advantage for the World Series. So because I think that … Continue reading

Bay of Puig Invasion

It really isn’t completely out of the ordinary for a 22 year old to just be starting out their career in any field. But Cuban defector Yasiel Puig has been anything but ordinary in his first week in the Majors. After leaving Cuba, the right fielder obtained his work visa, and wasted little time getting … Continue reading

Who’s Hot: Patrick Corbin

Prior to the 2013 season, the Arizona Diamondbacks were projected to have one of the better starting rotations in the National League. With well established names Ian Kennedy, Trevor Cahill, newly acquired Brandon Mccarthy, and Rookie of the Year runner-up Wade Miley, Arizona put themselves in position to keep themselves in every ballgame with a … Continue reading

The Memorial Day Awards

Memorial day is one of the few checkpoints in the season where the contenders start to gain their identity, and the pretenders make themselves evident. All of the offseason acquisitions have either made themselves comfortable in their new home, or can’t get their minds off of the millions of dollars they just made. In this … Continue reading

Ace Watch: Jose Fernandez

We all know the big-named young pitching phenoms. There is the Dodgers established Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw at the ripe age of 25. This years media attention grabber has been 24 year old Matt Harvey of the Mets. 23 year old Matt Moore of the Rays leads the league with a sparkling 8 wins … Continue reading

The Curious Case of Ike Davis

Warning: This post is not for the weak-hearted and squeamish. The following gruesome statistics are real. Parental discretion is advised. It was a cold winter for Mets fans in 2012. Nonetheless, one of the stories that kept them warm was the renaissance that was first baseman Ike Davis’s second half of the 2012 campaign. Finishing … Continue reading

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