Just in time for the holiday weekend, we reach back in time to reminisce over some more great throws.
A close look at how much, exactly, lowering the mound changed offensive output in 1969.
Taking you deep into the situations behind situational wins.
What is the coldest month of the baseball calendar? Are the Minnesota Twins destined to freeze every year? We look at those questions and more.
It’s not all on the catcher.
Digging into “Baseball GPA” and “The Sabermetric Revolution.”
It is often said that to succeed, you want to hit the ball on the ground and put pressure on the defense. But does that maxim hold up to scrutiny?
For the first time online, here is Jon’s SABR Award-nominated essay from THT 2014.
RE24, measuring performance based on the 24 base-out states, should be applied to more than just the “runs above average” scale.
A look back at the weekend that was.
There are limits to everything, even in sabermetrics
Perfect game? That’s nice, but I asked how well he pitched.
Low-velocity, high-strikeout guys don’t come around often.
The Brewers’ second baseman is struggling, badly, and something isn’t right.
What could this base-stealer do in the majors?
Observations on the convention in the Twin Cities
The Giants’ first basemen is finally finding success with a rare approach.
A look at an updated SABR classic
THT’s annual look back at the SABR convention, held this year in the LA area.
A modest proposal to end sabermetric analysis in baseball