Who has played well and who can sustain it.
Please, please, it is mean reversion.
A simple formula to assess how much a pitcher’s ERA can be affected by his BABIP fluctuations
The Giants stunned everyone by running the table in 2010. With the element of surprise now eliminated, can they repeat in 2011?
After months of waiting and wondering, our staff takes a guess at what’s in store for 2011.
What are some things to look out for with the 2011 South Side Sox?
The first of a series looking at the keys to the 2011 season for all 30 teams.
Chris looks ahead for Cooperstown, and what it means for the backloggers returning for next year’s ballot.
TUCK! wishes everyone a happy holiday week
Will these Winter Meetings produce blockbuster deals?
With the dust settled in last week’s Championship Series, we take a look back at last week’s game and see what can be expected…
Our staff previews the League Championship Series.
One word: It starts with “p,” and it ends with “g,” and it rhymes with “itching.”
Our staffers tell you who will win these Division Series, and why.
A look at which players most appeared on winning teams in public fantasy leagues.
In a world where no prospect busts, yet each player only modestly lives up to expectations, these are the major league numbers to expect from 15 more top prospects.
The top 15 projection-eligible prospects.
A statistical look at a renegade major league yields a surprising insight into the effect of expansion.
Using retrospective projections to find breakout (and flat-out weird) seasons.
Who’s there, who to watch, and who’s going to win.