British baseballGreat Britain Baseball Scorers AssociationProject COBB Full article: Stars of the National Baseball Leagueâ€™s first 10 years by Joe Gray February 27, 2011 written by Joe Gray February 27, 2011 Summary A look at the best players, teams, grounds, and more from the first decade of the National Baseball League. Access the PDF Click here Please leave comments on the article below. ArticlesBritish BaseballHistory 3 comments 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail Joe Gray Joe is the founder of Project COBB. previous post Big Hit Baseball: review next post The best and worst moves of the offseason You may also like World Baseball Classic Qualifiers in March February 13, 2020 British Baseball Hall of Fame 2019 Elections November 12, 2019 Great Britain win but miss out on Euro... September 11, 2019 Quarter-Finals still possible for Great Britain September 10, 2019 Euros Day One: GB game to be completed September 8, 2019 European Baseball Championship 2019 begins today September 7, 2019 U23 European Championships This Week August 5, 2019 British Baseball Beat July 18, 2019 Tie-breaker brings an end to Great Britain U18’s... July 13, 2019 Great Britain U18s look to secure qualification for... July 11, 2019 3 comments Matt Smith February 27, 2011 - 8:31 pm Great article, Joe. I really like the mix of statistical analysis and the thoughts of those who have been involved in the NBL over its 10 year history. It’s a real shame that the field in Brighton isn’t being used much nowadays. Reply Mike March 4, 2011 - 5:58 pm Great article Joe! Reply Joe Gray March 5, 2011 - 8:57 am Cheers Mike. And I’m sure you’ll be high up in this type of review in a few years’ time. I mentioned early on in the article that one of the types of bias that might have affected voting is players who started out young in the early 2000s and are now much improved players may have been disadvantaged as some voters would only have seen them play for their first few years in the league. This is probably applicable to nobody more than Ryan. Joe Reply Leave a Reply to Matt Smith Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.