A little education on what this wipe-out pitch can and can’t do.
A look at how and why there were so many big underperforming teams during the 2015 season.
Is it spring yet? No? Okay, here’s how we get you there.
Are back-to-back change-ups effective? It depends on who’s doing the throwing.
The venerable “runners left on base” statistic tells a story — but an incomplete one.
A distinctive graphical look at some of baseball’s all-time greats.
Do a player’s weight and age affect cold weather performance? What if he was brought up in a cold climate?
It’s hard to hit when the temperature drops, but harder yet when you don’t move around on the field.
Even if you’ve heard of these guys, you probably didn’t know how good they were.
A deeper look at the strike zone, sliced horizontally.
Dipping into the world of ERA estimators once again.
The Royals were involved in a lot of exciting postseason games. You knew that, but here we prove it statistically.
Another way of looking at balls and strikes.
Is Commissioner Manfred having his wish granted already?
Now that we have the full data from the regular season, how did the 2015 strike zone fare overall?
Let’s apply defense independent statistics to batters!
Better baseball research is within your grasp.
Let’s settle this once and for all.
The front edge of home plate is not the only area of the plate that needs to be taken into consideration.
It’s finally possible to meld some objective batting process data with subjective scouting grades.