The dash for the dish is becoming a rarity — perhaps deservedly so.
Can just anybody play first base?
Who would have won the 1994 World Series?
Are defenders getting the credit they truly deserve?
How much do real estate and pitching have in common?
There are plenty of ways to work sabermetrics into a broadcast without teaching a math class.
Getting a bit nostalgic in our digital age.
Scratching the surface of being able to accurately gauge whether a batted ball’s characteristics should make it a hit or an out.
Going into today’s MLB draft, a hint at what trends show about high school vs. college players.
Not all potential major leaguers can afford to test themselves.
Big Sexy is not a fan of issuing walks.
Is your team really suffering through a drought?
Using logistic regression and random forests to predict when batters will swing and miss.
Finding the answer is as evasive as ever.
Having more and better data will increase the skills of our seers.
More sophisticated contracts call for more sophisticated analysis.
Membership in this prestigious round-number club may soon reach a round number, too.
By these reckonings, it’s all about just showing up.
It wouldn’t take radical changes to make the process fairer, more efficient, and less unpleasant for everyone.
The sabermetric world is ever evolving.