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TruMedia's Paul Carr moderates soccer panel at Sloan

Rafe Anderson

TruMedia’s Paul Carr hosted the soccer panel at this year’s Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston, to discuss soccer analytics and youth development. Panelists included Brian Biello (New England Revolution president), Ben Mackriell (Head of OptaPro), Kristine Lilly (former USWNT star) & Isaac Guerrero (Technical Director of Barcelona’s Football School).

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TruMedia partners with Harvard Sports Analysis Collective

Rafe Anderson

TruMedia Networks, an industry-leading sports analytics firm, has announced a partnership with the Harvard Sports Analysis Collective (HSAC). HSAC is a group of analytically minded students with the skills and desire necessary to capitalize on "big data" in sports. Many of HSAC's members have direct experience putting these talents to work for both professional teams and media properties. As a result of this partnership, TruMedia's clients will have access to HSAC's talented team of sports analysts utilizing TruMedia's full suite of analytics tools. TruMedia and HSAC will support partners with granular analytics research services for both short term and long term projects.

ESPN: A Tale of Two Seasons for Dan Uggla

Rafe Anderson

ESPN takes a close look at Dan Uggla's performance along with supporting heat maps:

When Uggla was going bad, he couldn’t make contact with sliders from right-handed pitchers. He only was putting about one-third of his swings in play. Now, he’s putting half of his swings against sliders from righties into play and doing major damage. When making contact with a slider from a right-handed pitcher during the streak, he’s 11-for-22 with five home runs. And to tie back to the previous note, four of those have come on sliders on the outer-third. 

Source: ESPN.com (Mark Simon & Katie Sharp)