My sister and myself at MCU Park in Brooklyn.


My name is Adam Daily, and I have created this website to showcase various research and technical skills that I have acquired over the years. I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from the University of St. Thomas in 2012 where I studied Regression Analysis and other predictive modeling methods.

After graduation, I gained five years of experience working in the baseball industry with the Detroit Tigers and the Minnesota Twins. My experiences in player development were invaluable for understanding how different facets of an organization work together to form a cohesive unit. To enhance my technical abilities, I enrolled and graduated from the University of Minnesota Data Analytics Boot Camp in 2020. Through these educational experiences, I strengthened my skills in many programming languages, with a main focus on Python, R, SQL, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. It is my desire to take these abilities and apply them to baseball research for a Major League organization.

Past Experiences

Minor League TrackMan and Analytics Coordinator for the Detroit Tigers
(2018 – 2019)
Ensured that all affiliates within the organization acquired TrackMan data and utilized this information to generate player plans for the upcoming season.

Minor League Video Coordinator for the Detroit Tigers
Established that all video footage from Spring Training to the end of the season was available after each game for analysis. This information was used by players and coaching staff to improve player development.

Minor League Video Assistant for the Detroit Tigers
Gathered all video footage during the Connecticut Tigers season, as well as prepared all pregame reports for the coaching staff.

Database Marketing Intern for the Minnesota Twins
Compiled financial data within the Ticket Sales and Service department to accurately forecast sales for future season ticket holders and single-game customers.