Using logistic regression and random forests to predict when batters will swing and miss.
Going somewhere new by going home.
A history of the almost-lost art of hitting home runs inside the park.
More answers than questions? Yep, more answers than questions.
Finding the answer is as evasive as ever.
Baseball at its purest may not have top-rated prospects, but it has an important role.
The strike that halted baseball for half a summer reverberates today.
Add stats-y commentators to indy-league ball, shake vigorously.
Having more and better data will increase the skills of our seers.
Ten years ago, a backup catcher got presidential treatment.
Connecting digitally in the present with ballplayers of the past.
Building a better baseball experience, one bottle (and bottle opener) at a time.
More answers than questions? Yep, and fewer questions than answers.
If one word sums up this Original Franchise’s history, it’s mediocrity.
Finding and visualizing the data lead to some interesting conclusions.