Frank Costanza wanted to know how you could trade Jay Buhner for Ken Phelps. Here within lies the answer.
A few minutes with Goofy and you will be ready to take the field.
The reasons for keeping a failing player on one’s team range all over the map, but the core cause is misinterpretation.
We are facing a troubling decline in offense, but are shifts really the cause?
It’s time to build a better heat map.
The reasons for keeping a failing player on a team range all over the map.
Taking a look at the anatomy of some wrist injuries to see if hitting style makes them more likely.
We’ve just scratched the surface when it comes to using PITCHf/x data to tell us about hitters.
The Royals always have, and it seems they always will, avoid TTOs.
Creating a tool to show when or if a player should be shifted.
Introducing Weighted Batted Ball Runs Above Average.
Offensive production is not linear – one and one equals more than two. How can a team take advantage of this blind spot in advanced statistics?
Do left-handed hitters really get to first base faster than right-handed hitters?
Taking a closer look at how the best go about their business can be illuminating.
Baseball is simultaneously very simple and very complex.
A first step towards creating a comprehensive platoon score.
In life, you have to learn to appreciate the positives, because focusing on the negatives can sometimes make things much worse.
Not all ISOs are built the same.
How do hitters go about combating the inevitable effects of aging?
Introducing pBABIP, a stat that simplifies the process of predicting batting average on balls in play.