Thankfully, this was not a record-setting injury year, but there’s still plenty to learn.
Dipping into the world of ERA estimators once again.
It’s finally possible to meld some objective batting process data with subjective scouting grades.
Sometimes watching turns into keen and observation and scribbled notes, and the next thing you know you’ve ranked a slew of players for this year’s draft.
Now that we have more information, is it time to update our values?
Will throwing harder land a pitcher on the disabled list?
Can various stats be combined to give a clearer look at pitcher values?
The commissioner should lead a push for more teams before the game slips further into mediocrity.
Every look into injury data reveals something new.
Time takes its toll on hitters, even when they’re not playing.
The data show that it is high time to give the vertically-challenged their due.
Do teams re-sign only their healthy players? The answer may surprise you.
The second of two posts that attempt to bring together all of the available information on the Tommy John surgery.
The first of two posts that attempt to bring together all of the available information on the Tommy John surgery.
As we see with the case of Danny Salazar, not necessarily.
Many ballparks have unique features. Do all of them affect game play at a significant level?
Not all ISOs are built the same.
2/26 Update/Correction: The total number of shifts presented yesterday were wrong. In the database we were using, some of the records were duplicated. The duplicate records have been removed and the data should now be correct. You can find an updated Google doc with the updated data here. Sheet 1 has the player data, and […]
In this first look at new Inside Edge hang time data, we explore many topics, including Juan Lagares, Fenway Park and Jeremy Hellickson.