Dylan SinnThe Journal Gazette (Fort Wayne, IN)
E-mail: dsinn@jg.net
Twitter: @DylanSinn
About: I grew up in the western suburbs of Chicago and have been a Cubs fan since I began watching them on WGN when I was four years old. I also frequently attended Kane County Cougars games when I was younger, so I come into this job already possessing some familiarity with the Midwest League. I attended Indiana University and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism in 2015. I covered baseball a little at Indiana, including one game in which Kyle Schwarber turned on a fastball and hit the longest home run I have ever seen. After graduating from IU, I worked toward a master's degree at the University of Maryland and graduated from there in 2017. While at Maryland, I covered the Terrapins baseball team for Maryland Baseball Network, a student-run site dedicated exclusively to the baseball team. In the last few years, I have become an avid student of sabermetrics. I have always enjoyed numbers and statistics, especially as they relate to baseball and I find that the new ways to measure performance more precisely can be extremely valuable in evaluating players objectively. I'll slip some advanced statistics into my writing when I think they can enhance a story, but I'll always explain the number in question to make it easy to understand.


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Jan 14, 2020Final Rankings Rankings for Dylan Sinn
1LSU (62)
15-0Actual: 1
Highest: 1 - 62 Voters
Lowest: 1 - 62 Voters
1550
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2Clemson
14-1Actual: 2
Highest: 2 - 61 Voters
Lowest: 3 - Adam Zucker
1487
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3Ohio State
13-1Actual: 3
Highest: 2 - Adam Zucker
Lowest: 4 - Norm Wood
1426
Points
4Georgia
12-2Actual: 4
Highest: 3 - Norm Wood
Lowest: 8 - John Bednarowski
1336
Points
5Florida
11-2Actual: 6
Highest: 5 - 13 Voters
Lowest: 10 - 3 Voters
1211
Points
6Oklahoma
12-2Actual: 7
Highest: 4 - 5 Voters
Lowest: 13 - Michael Vega
1179
Points
7Oregon
12-2Actual: 5
Highest: 4 - 14 Voters
Lowest: 11 - 2 Voters
1249
Points

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8Baylor
11-3Actual: 13
Highest: 7 - 2 Voters
Lowest: 19 - Norm Wood
827
Points
9Wisconsin
10-4Actual: 11
Highest: 8 - 4 Voters
Lowest: 17 - Michael Vega
883
Points
10Minnesota
11-2Actual: 10
Highest: 7 - Tom Bragg
Lowest: 16 - 2 Voters
952
Points
11Alabama
11-2Actual: 8
Highest: 4 - 4 Voters
Lowest: 12 - James Kratch
1159
Points
12Penn State
11-2Actual: 9
Highest: 5 - Jon Wilner
Lowest: 13 - Andy Greder
1038
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13Notre Dame
11-2Actual: 12
Highest: 6 - John Bednarowski
Lowest: 17 - 2 Voters
879
Points
14Iowa
10-3Actual: 15
Highest: 10 - Mark Whicker
Lowest: 20 - Tom Green
699
Points
15Auburn
9-4Actual: 14
Highest: 10 - 2 Voters
Lowest: 24 - Michael Vega
726
Points
16Appalachian State
13-1Actual: 19
Highest: 12 - Michael Vega
Lowest: NR - Sam McKewon
466
Points
17Navy
11-2Actual: 20
Highest: 11 - Michael Vega
Lowest: 24 - Pat Dooley
415
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18Memphis
12-2Actual: 17
Highest: 14 - 5 Voters
Lowest: 22 - 2 Voters
528
Points
19Cincinnati
11-3Actual: 21
Highest: 14 - Michael Vega
Lowest: NR - 2 Voters
343
Points
20Air Force
11-2Actual: 22
Highest: 16 - Michael Vega
Lowest: NR - 8 Voters
209
Points
21Michigan
9-4Actual: 18
Highest: 12 - Nate Mink
Lowest: NR - Tom Murphy
468
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22Utah
11-3Actual: 16
Highest: 12 - 2 Voters
Lowest: 22 - 4 Voters
543
Points
23UCF
10-3Actual: 24
Highest: 20 - 2 Voters
Lowest: NR - 28 Voters
78
Points

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24Tennessee
8-5Actual: 34
Highest: 23 - Blair Kerkhoff
Lowest: NR - 57 Voters
8
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25Texas
8-5Actual: 25
Highest: 17 - Don Williams
Lowest: NR - 35 Voters
69
Points