Steamer Projections is a projection system for baseball player statistics. The system was created and is maintained and operated by Jared Cross, Dash Davidson, and Peter Rosenbloom. Dash and Peter just graduated from college and are both former students of Jared – a high school science and statistics teacher.
The project began in the Fall of 2008 at Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn, New York. Saint Ann’s offers its students an independent research program where they may embark on collaborative projects motivated by personal interest together with a teacher. Our projection system is the result of this program and, since we all played for the Saint Ann’s Steamer baseball team (although not at the same time), this is how it got its name.
We hope you enjoy our system.
Jared, Dash, & Peter.
Jared Cross is a Science and Mathematics teacher at Saint Ann's School in Brooklyn. You can find his writing at ESPN and The Hardball Times. He's seen here wearing a Saint Ann's Steamers baseball cap.
Peter Rosenbloom is a Brooklyn native and a recent graduate from The University of Michigan. During his time in Ann Arbor, Peter majored in Chinese Studies and Political Science. While playing and watching sports have always been a passion of his, Peter also enjoys anything having to with China. In his free time, you also may find Peter scouring NYC for the best pizza it has to offer. His favorite as of now is "Di Fara" in Midwood, Brooklyn. Peter currently lives in Brooklyn and works in finance.