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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.
Advocates of each strategy share a core philosophy.
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It’s time to pinpoint the fantasy rookies and sleepers to watch.
Which players are most likely to reach 3,000 hits, 763 home runs, and 300 wins? Downloadable spreadsheet at the end!
See what the future holds for the candidates passed over in this year’s BBWAA election.
How do we know what we know, and can we be sure?
The Red Sox have dominated this playoff matchup, and 2009 doesn’t look like the year that will end.
Can a baseball analyst beat his own projection system? David checks the results of his preseason predictions.
What’s Werth worth?
With the 2009 season nearly in the books, it’s time to analyze some of the more prominent prospects of the year and look into my crystal ball in order to see what 2010 has in store.