What pitch type can be hit the farthest, and how is that accomplished?
Is Commissioner Manfred having his wish granted already?
Now that we have the full data from the regular season, how did the 2015 strike zone fare overall?
Let’s apply defense independent statistics to batters!
Many can’t cut it past one season, but the success stories ought to be celebrated.
Let’s settle this once and for all.
It’s finally possible to meld some objective batting process data with subjective scouting grades.
What keeps Mike Hessman traveling around the minor leagues? Well, he likes it.
Run scoring was way up in August. Wait, what?
We have neat new statistics. Now we have to figure out what they they mean — and don’t mean.
Rob Manfred is proceeding slowly on any change in the strike zone. Here’s what a change might bring.
Shining a little light on our first designated hitters.
Creative penalty ideas for documented PED users,
Is Francisco Cabrera in some way one of baseball’s greatest players?
Applying the KATOH formula to college hitters.
The strike zone has morphed in a way that is less equitable to certain hitters.
It’s harder to pinch-hit than to hit in the lineup. But does practice make a hitter better at it?
This in-depth look at run values examines the value of each ball not put in play, and thus, the value of catchers who know how to frame.
Is Kris Bryant’s eye color going to pose him a problem in Chicago?
A look at some of the most prolific pinch-hitters in baseball history.