Assigning the Australian Baseball League a rank of 10, we ranked all other leagues from 1-10 in order to measure the strength of performance of each batter. We used the following algorithm for the ranking:
Player ranking points = ((AVG x 9) + (OBP x 10) + (SLG x 8)) x league strength
Other qualifying criteria:
- Must have been a member of Baseball Jobs Overseas who signed overseas using the website as a tool, directly or indirectly resulting in their 2018-19 signing.
- Must have had 60 or more at-bats
- Must be an import player (ie. not a BBJO member who is a homegrown player of the local team)
Congratulations to all of our members for a great season overseas and for doing a great job at growing the game internationally.
Top 20 IBC Batters: 2018-19 Winter Season
Based on regular season stats with the exception of those leagues which combine regular season and playoff stats.
|Dondrei Hubbard – Carine Cats*||0.393||0.493||0.804||5||14|
|Daniel Catalan – Rockingham Rams||0.316||0.398||0.461||1||9|
|Liam Wilson – Pine Hills Lightning*||0.308||0.387||0.462||2||13|
|Will Chapman – Redlands Rays||0.300||0.427||0.400||1||30|
|Brandon Woodland – Redlands Rays||0.291||0.421||0.399||1||27|
|Boomer Saunders – Kambah Eagles||0.303||0.366||0.475||3||22|
|Trent Saharek – Coomera Cubs||0.275||0.383||0.391||1||33|
|Nick DiBenedetto – Doncaster Dragons (D2)||0.394||0.469||0.704||3||18|
|Phil Schulz – Ipswich Musketeers||0.271||0.425||0.300||1||8|
*Did not have enough at-bats
Travel the world using baseball or softball as your ticket
Our baseball and softball members get paid to play or coach overseas year-round, mostly in Europe and Australia.
There are a variety of levels overseas which present opportunities for both the college grad and the established professional.