Much like the Dodgers seem to do every off-season, Dodgers Digest has also again made upgrades to its roster, adding Daniel Preciado and Max Bay to the team.
We’re excited to have them on board, but rather than have me ramble on about them, I figured they should introduce themselves.
Daniel Preciado (@DanJPreciado)
Daniel Preciado is a 20-year-old baseball fanatic from Southern California who has been writing about the Dodgers since middle school. He is a sport analytics major and economics minor at Syracuse University, so he supposedly likes to freeze to death instead of the sunshine. Daniel strongly dislikes Kiké Hernandez and pitcher wins — two things he will absolutely remind you of frequently.
Max Bay (@choice_fielder)
Max Bay grew up less than a mile from the ocean but never learned how to surf. He also grew up in Los Angeles and played baseball as a kid but didn’t really love the sport until after he graduated from college. He’s now a computational biologist who spends entirely too much time using his statistical modeling background to ask and answer baseball questions. Oh, and he’s a huge Dodgers-loving hack.
Social media linked so you can go yell at them instead of me. Blessed.
Seriously though, I’ve been tracking the work of both of these writers for a while now, and I’m glad to bring them into the fold as I think they’ll be great additions.
Give both a welcome, which they will hopefully never read because, as is tradition, they will avoid the comments. If not, they will learn to.