What do we mean by consistency, and do we want it from our players?
The 2016 season saw an epic power spike. Does it give us any lessons for this season?
Part 2 of our all-world team takes a look at the starting lineup.
It’s time that we try to capture human factors when evaluating future performance.
It’s been a long while since any squad reached that mark.
If a hitter can hit for power in the minors, what does that say about his potential major league success?
It ought to be the easiest position to fill, but Cleveland has historically had trouble with the initial sack.
Finishing one RBI shy of 100 is a painful but not uncommon feat.
Seasonal graphs with interesting takeaways about the Cubs, Indians, Red Sox, Twins, and hopefully your favorite team.
The strike zone, it is a-changin’.
Playing with the newest statistic to see if more can be learned from it.
Can it really be done?
If you’re going to hit it hard here’s how to hit it so you hit where you want it.
How the role of leadoff hitters is changing in major league baseball.
Forecasting player performance using batted balls with variables stripped out.
With Ichiro Suzuki set to join the 3,000 hit club, a look back at some memorable 3,000th hits.
Contrary to conventional wisdom, some major league hitters don’t hit it where it’s pitched.
Scratching the surface of being able to accurately gauge whether a batted ball’s characteristics should make it a hit or an out.
Using logistic regression and random forests to predict when batters will swing and miss.
A history of the almost-lost art of hitting home runs inside the park.