D1 Analytics: Top 100 Hitters 2019-2020 seasonsAnalysis
Over the past two weeks we have ranked the top pitchers and top hitters by class based on the four weeks of statistics from the 2020 college baseball season.
Today we recognize the Top 100 Hitters based on a full season of 2019 statistics and four weeks of 2020. To qualify, a hitter must have a minimum of 150 plate appearances in 2019 and 35 in 2020. Please do not mistake these rankings for prospect rankings, those were released earlier this week:
Today’s rankings are determined by a computer algorithm which breaks down hitting into three categories: Plate Discipline, Hit Ability, and Game Power and combined them to calculate an Analytics Score. The rankings are computed with an adjustment to account for park effects of the most extreme hitter and pitcher-friendly parks, as well as an adjustment for a team’s strength of schedule.
Here are our top 100 hitters, led by Vanderbilt’s Austin Martin.
*Based on 2019-20 Statistics
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