Daniel Dore is a Fourth-Year student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

His major is Econometrics and Quantitative Economics. He is minoring in Computer Science.

His main interests are baseball, books, computer science, data science, economics, fintech, math, music, smart cities, statistics, traveling, and web development.

His dream is work as a Data Analyst/Scientist in the Pacific Northwest.

He used to do some baseball writing:

Predicted Jake Arrieta would become the ace of the Cubs.

Predicted the Minnesota Twins would be dark-horse contenders in 2015.

Predicted Hector Noesi would underperform for the White Sox.

Analyzed the White Sox 2014 Team and Discovered their struggle was Pitching.

Was Hosted on Mike McDonnell Jr’s podcast, Seattle Sports Talk, to discuss the Seattle Mariners a couple times. Have conversed with Mariners prospect Braden Bishop on the show and also former Mariners prospect Patrick Kivlehan.

You can find a lot of his work at his GitHub profile: DannyDore96

If you want a more detailed look at his work history: LinkedIn: DannyDore96