James Poserina

James Poserina

Jim Poserina is a web application developer for the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. He has been a web and database developer for over 15 years, having previously worked and consulted for companies including AT&T, Samsung Electronics, Barnes & Noble, IRA Financial Group, and First Investors. He is also a partner in Doctrino Systems, where in addition to his web and database development he is a systems administrator. Mr. Poserina has been a member of the Society for American Baseball Research since 2000 and has been published in the Baseball Research Journal, when he proposed replacing the save with a new method for quantifying the performance of all relief pitchers, not just closers. He covered Major League Baseball, NFL and NCAA football, and NCAA basketball for the STATS LLC reporter network. In addition to the more traditional baseball play-by-play information, the live baseball reports included more granular data such as broken bats, catcher blocks, first baseman scoops, and over a dozen distinct codes for balls and strikes. Mr. Poserina took second place at the 2016 HIQORA High IQ World Championships in San Diego, California, finishing ahead of over 2,000 participants from more than 60 countries. He is a member of American Mensa, where he has served as a judge at the annual Mind Games competition that awards the coveted Mensa Select seal to the best new tabletop games, as well as the Triple-Nine Society. Mr. Poserina has a B.A. in history and political science from Rutgers University. While studying there he called Scarlet Knight football, basketball, and baseball games for campus radio station WRLC.

Affiliations and Expertise

Jim Poserina is an Application Developer for the School of Arts and Sciences Office of Information Technology at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.


Authors: Robert Kissell & James Poserina Release Date: 01 Mar 2017
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