Johns Hopkins students use AI to predict baseball's MVPs

November 19, 2023

Media Inquiries Name Johns Hopkins Media Relations Email [email protected] Office phone 443-997-9009The nation's ballparks are dark and empty now, with the Texas Rangers having clinched the franchise's first World Series title a few weeks ago. This fall a trio of Johns Hopkins undergrads endeavored to find out. Sophomores Alex Shane and Jacob Harris and junior Jackson Roloff are members of the Hopkins baseball team and have a passion for the game. A Hopkins alum himself, Dahbura also played on the Hopkins baseball team. That's because Ohtani is an extremely rare two-way player—he's both an excellent hitter and an excellent pitcher, and the students' programs don't factor in his pitching prowess.

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