Robert digs into this year’s game logs to find out what Runs Created can tell us about wins and losses.
Ben takes a look at some of the players who have helped (Carlos Silva) or hurt (Bartolo Colon) their fantasy value this week.
Productive Outs, a new statistic publicized by ESPN.com’s Buster Olney last week, has been touted as a significant part of winning ballgames. Is it a meaningful statistic? Larry takes a look at the last two postseasons, and what he found might surprise you.
Ben digs into his e-mailbag and finds questions about a number of top pitchers, including Mike Mussina, Roy Halladay and Curt Schilling.
The strange and terrible saga of Benny Kauff comes to a close.
Strikeouts. Walks. Homers. You like those? Meet Adam Dunn.
Bryan opens up his favorite computer program and gazes into the crystal ball for six lucky players.
Perplexed by the challenges inherent in comparing players across very distant eras? Step into Steve’s Baseball Time Machine, and take a ride along with a certain shortstop with a German accent. Who knows, we might learn something…
Joe takes a look at comings and goings of the last few days.
Ben takes a look around the league and finds several players who have been big surprises, both of the good and bad variety.
A week after “The Sweep”, Ben and Larry check in with the Red Sox and Yankees.
Aaron talks Thome, old guys and unwatchable TV.
Dave reviews some of the statistics we’re posting on The Hardball Times, with a closer look at what some of the stats mean and where we’re going with all these numbers.
The second installment checking up on how the best prospects in baseball are doing so far.
Joe gives Dusty Baker and Bud Selig some advice.