The strike zone, it is a-changin’.
Do we need to unlearn what we have learned?
Playing with the newest statistic to see if more can be learned from it.
Can it really be done?
Putting a dollar value to days lost to injury.
Pitch calling and its influence on the pitcher-hitter relationship
Who are the best of the best in Beantown’s history?
Are flamethrowers doing it right, or are crafty control artists best?
As more batted ball data becomes available, we are able to make better projections. Here’s another step in the process.
It may be better than being good, but being both sure helps.
Who are the best of the best in Charm City’s history?
Many NCAA programs overuse their pitchers. They shouldn’t.
Do long innings hurt no-hitter chances?
How the role of leadoff hitters is changing in major league baseball.
Forecasting player performance using batted balls with variables stripped out.
A new way to categorize what types of hits hitters hit.
Matthew Mata provides a way to simplify the expression of pitch movement.
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?