Justin Wolin ’15 Lands MLB Analytics Position

Justin Wolin ’15 Lands MLB Analytics Position

Justin Wolin ’15 has recently accepted a position to join the Club Analytics team at Major League Baseball's Office of the Commissioner. Wolin’s previous role was with the Houston Astros as an analyst in the business strategy and analytics department.

Justin Wolin '15 and Astros WS Trophy

This move from business analytics with the Astros to club analytics shows the scope of his skills as an analyst. In his new role, Wolin will be working with numerous MLB clubs to help them achieve their business objectives by leveraging the data and tools that the Office of the Commissioner has to offer.

“While it was not an easy decision to leave Houston, I'm extremely excited about this position with Major League Baseball,” Wolin said. “I see this as an opportunity to continue to grow professionally by learning from my new colleagues in the league office, as well as the clubs that I will get to interact with in my new role. I have learned so much, and am incredibly grateful for, my time in Houston. I am confident that this experience has set me up for success in this next chapter of my career.”

Wolin graduated from Rice University with degrees in Sport Management and Economics and won the 2015 Roemmich Award as the top Sport Management major. As an undergraduate, Wolin interned with the Astros which led to a full-time position after graduation. He also completed internships with the Washington Redskins, MLB, Houston Rockets, and Houston Texans as a Rice student.

Luis Perales, a junior from Dallas, Texas, is double-majoring in Sport Management and Economics.