The Pineda-Montero trade will help the Mariners compete in the future.
Will the A’s strike out in 2012 like Moneyball did at the Oscars (0-for-6)?
What can the Dodgers possibly do in the midst of change at the top?
Carlos Gonzalez had a breakout 2010. What did he accomplish in ’11 – plate discipline?
An overview of the Korea Professional Baseball league.
We know the offense is legit, but is the pitching for real?
Ever wonder what each ballplayer’s walk up song is?
For your enjoyment on a lazy Friday, here’s some more Chernoff Faces. The only difference from last time comes in the hair. Stolen bases and Fangraphs’ Baserunning metric were used in defining the height and width of the hair, while the “style” of hair had to do with the player’s fielding abilities (also used Fangraph’s […]
After a two year absence, Chien-Ming Wang finds himself back on the mound for the Nationals. What’s he up to these days?
Brandon Allen gives Billy Beane his third power hitting prospect, but will any of them pan out?
What do you mean you’re good at winning one-run games?
Craig Robinson uses infographics to display useful information on baseball’s history and other fun trivia, like just how many people in Cleveland are Native American.
A graphical look at the Pythagorean Formula.
After years between Triple-A and the majors, Tim Stauffer is finally a full-time starter.
Can we find any real information in home run waiting periods?
Any new Rays out there?
Brandon McCarthy has given himself a makeover.
Today, the University of California, Berkeley announced the reinstatement of its baseball program. According to press reports, $9 million was has been raised and the $10 million target will most likely be reached with ongoing fundraising. Thanks to Stu Gordon (former Cal pitcher, and the leader of a Cal Athletic fundraising program, Bear Backers) for […]
Behavioral patterns beyond the realm of expected utility.
A look at changes in average salary over the past 25 years.