Professor Bruce Bukiet is 2010 Predictions Champion

October 4, 2010 by  
Leave a comment

Professor Bruce Bukiet is 2010 MLB Predictions Champion

The power of math won the day as Professor Bruce Bukiet from the New Jersey Institute of Technology won our 2010 Major League Baseball predictions contest.  Bukiet successfully picked 6 of the 8 teams that made the post season.

“I felt like chasing Secretariat all season long,” said Ed Kasputis, Creative Director for Baseball PhD. “Professor Bukiet did a great job of using math and baseball intuition to have a great year.  I’m going to the library to check out a calculus book in honor of the Professor.”

Kasputis along with two others (Mark Rantala and Baseball Bob) finished second by picking 4 of the 8 post season teams.  Ed Kasputis will be interviewing Professor Bukiet during our podcast featuring the Pittsburgh Pirates which will be released on Friday, October 8th.  Like Professor Bukiet always says, “a day without math is like a day without sunshine.”

Professor Bukiet’s MLB Predictions – March 24, 2010



2 Comments on "Professor Bruce Bukiet is 2010 Predictions Champion"

  1. ISRAEL ODERINDE on Tue, 5th Oct 2010 11:06 AM 

    Hey Professor, Congratulations. I am, and i believe the whole of NJIT is proud of you. Hip-hip-hip!!! Hurray.

  2. Tarik Makkaoui on Wed, 13th Oct 2010 9:38 PM 

    Congratulations Professor. I haven’t had the privilege of being in one of your classes, however, I did participate in one of your very enthusiastic math major lectures. Your amazingly close predictions show us even more about the “power of math”.

Tell us what you're thinking...
and oh, if you want a pic to show with your comment, go get a gravatar!